COVID-19 exposures have been detected at four additional schools in Surrey.
District Superintendent Jordan Tinney shared the news on Thursday evening, adding that letters would be sent to parents shortly.
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The affected schools include a mix of two elementary schools and two secondary schools.
Two individuals were said to have attended TE Scott Elementary School on September 14 and 15, while one individual attended Morgan Elementary School from September 8 to 10.
A case was also detected at Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary School on September 14 and 15, as well as a single case at North Surrey Secondary School on September 14.
“Big thanks to Fraser Health for collaboration,” Tinney tweeted.
Thanks to 4 more school communities for working with us on new COVID contacts. Morgan & TE Scott Elementary, North Surrey & Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary. Letters going out tonight. #sd36learn #surreybc Big thanks to @FraserHealth for collaboration. @CityofSurrey @Surrey_Schools pic.twitter.com/Dj1sF4ZjTN
— Jordan Tinney (@jordantinney) September 18, 2020
According to Fraser Health, coronavirus exposures had been confirmed at five additional schools in Surrey prior to Tinney’s announcement on Thursday.
Daily Hive has reached out to Fraser Health for further comment.