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  1. I am interested to hear where everyone's thoughts are at with regards to moving from SA to Canada during the Covid-19 epidemic. Are you still keeping with your travel plans, or have you changed them? Have you managed to secure travel insurance in-case Canada follows the US and blocks all travel from Europe? If so who did you cover with? When you land, without Canadian medical cover, what are you plans to stay healthy and safe? I am definitely not trying to feed the hypochondria around Covid-19, but there are realities to deal with: If we had to get sick on the way over and be isolated or quarantined who would "look after us" as we are "fresh off the boat" and don't yet have a support community. Would Canada "care" about us as we are not yet covered by provincial health. My family's flights are booked for the 7th of May from JHB to Kelowna (layovers in Amsterdam and Calgary), so I am actively watching the story as it plays out and as Canada, the Netherlands, RSA and KLM respond to the changing health landscape.