Three more Toronto schools have been ordered to close because of COVID-19 circulating in the school populations.
The Toronto District School Board announced Sunday night that Brian Public School in North York and Victoria Village Public School at Toronto’s eastern edge would be dismissing students as of Monday, March 29.
Students will move to remote learning as Toronto Public Health staff investigate virus spread.
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According to the TDSB’s COVID-19 data, Brian has seven staff and two students infected with the virus. Victoria Village also has seven cases.
On the advice of @TOPublicHealth, students & staff at Brian PS & Victoria Village PS are being dismissed effective tomorrow, Monday, March 29 to allow TPH additional time to investigate COVID cases at the schools.
All students will be moving to remote learning during this time. pic.twitter.com/IOVWsBleMr
— Toronto District School Board (@tdsb) March 28, 2021
The Toronto Catholic District School Board also announced Sunday that St. Dominic Savio Catholic School in Scarborough would close Monday on the advice of Toronto Public Health.
Five students at the school have tested positive for COVID-19.
“The school community has been informed and we will provide updates once available,” it said in a tweet.
Please be advised that as per TPH recommendation, St. Dominic Savio Catholic School will be temporarily dismissed as a result of an ongoing COVID-19 investigation. The school community has been informed & we will provide updates once available.
— Toronto Catholic District School Board (@TCDSB) March 29, 2021
Two other Toronto Catholic schools, St. Charles Garnier Catholic School and Our Lady of Victory Catholic School also remain closed due to COVID-19 infections.