Students and staff at a school in Campbell River may have been exposed to COVID-19.
Island Health has issued a COVID-19 exposure notice for Carihi Secondary School after at least two individuals tested positive for the virus. Potential dates of exposure are Feb. 10, 11, and 16.
Contact tracing has been completed and an entire PE class at the school has been asked to self-isolate until March 2, according to a notice posted on School District 72’s website.
“All of the members of that class have been notified and public health will be following up with them to provide further information and support,” reads a statement on the district’s website.
The district says anyone who hasn’t been contacted by public health did not come in contact with the infected individuals.
Carihi Secondary School previously experienced COVID-19 exposure events in September and November.
Island Health has issued a COVID-19 notification for Carihi Secondary. Contact tracing has been completed and a PE class has been asked to self-isolate until Mar. 2. All impacted have been notified & public health will be following up with them to provide further info & support. pic.twitter.com/BPc6WOZ3dx
— School District 72 (@CRSD72) February 19, 2021
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