That includes diplomats posted to the Canadian embassy in Havana, as well as their dependants, who have come down with a mysterious illness that causes dizziness, headaches and trouble concentrating.
Global Affairs says the government continues to investigate the cause of the unknown illness, adding in a statement that the health and safety of diplomatic staff and their families is a top priority.
The department says the person who fell ill most recently “is receiving the necessary medical attention.”
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It says it’s allowing Canadian diplomatic personnel to return to Canada if they wish.
The government is also planning to hold a teleconference on Thursday to provide more detail about the investigation.
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