Vancouver Coastal Health has added 10 more schools to its COVID-19 exposure alert page since Friday.
Exposures mean someone came to school while contagious. Contact tracers phone the individual’s close contacts, and families who do not receive a phone call can send their children to school as usual.
In Vancouver, four more public schools are reporting exposures.
Sir Charles Tupper is reporting an exposure from November 18 to 20, Windermere Secondary is reporting an exposure from November 23 to 26, Sir Alexander Mackenzie Elementary is reporting an exposure from November 19 to 20, and Templeton Secondary School is reporting an exposure from November 18 to 20 and again on November 23.
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There’s just one more school in Richmond with a new virus exposure: someone came to Richmond Secondary School right before testing positive on November 24 and 25.
In West Vancouver, École Cedardale had someone show up while contagious from November 18 to 20 and again from November 23 to 24.
There are also several private schools reporting new COVID-19 exposures. Collingwood School in West Vancouver had one from November 23 to 25, and Collingwood’s Wentworth campus had one from November 23 to 24. King David Secondary in Vancouver has a new exposure alert for November 25 to 26. St. John’s School in Vancouver is also reporting a new exposure from November 23 to 25.