Province lists school boards in northeastern Ontario with confirmed COVID-19 cases
Here's an overview of schools in northeastern Ontario that have confirmed COVID-19 cases among students or staff.
A full list of all boards across the province with COVID cases can be found here.
Affected schools in the north include:
- Parry Sound Public School in Parry Sound reported two students have the disease.
- These schools all have one student case each: Ecole publique Hanmer in Greater Sudbury; W Earle Miller Public School in Timmins; St. Mary's French Immersion Catholic School in Sault Ste. Marie; Mother St. Bride School in North Bay and St. Joseph-Scollard Hall Secondary School in North Bay.
While not posted by the province, RL Beattie School in Sudbury posted this letter to parents about a confirmed case.
The school was disinfected overnight, officials said, and Grade 6 students and staff have been asked to self-isolate. And students on the morning bus route N458, and the afternoon route L812 have also been asked to self-isolate.
Route L812 also includes students from Algonquin Road Public School.
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