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Coronavirus: List of Saskatchewan school exposures and outbreaks

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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, and students, staff and teachers get into a new back-to-school routine, Global News is tracking exposures connected to the Saskatchewan education system.

Read more: COVID-19 outbreaks in Saskatchewan

Outbreaks

Feb. 17, 2021: St. Marguerite Bourgeoys School, Regina

Feb. 15, 2021: Chief Whitecap School, Saskatoon

Feb. 13, 2021: Sutherland School, Saskatoon

Feb. 12, 2021: Gateway Middle School, Meadow Lake

Feb. 12, 2021: Connaught Elementary School, North Battleford

Feb. 11, 2021: École Monseigneur De Laval, Regina

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Feb. 11, 2021: John Dolan School, Saskatoon

Feb. 4, 2021: Notre Dame Elementary School, North Battleford

Feb. 3, 2021: Turtleford School, Turtleford

Jan. 29, 2021: École Valois School, Prince Albert

Jan. 29, 2021: St. Augustine School, Saskatoon

Jan. 29, 2021: Caswell School, Saskatoon

Jan. 24, 2021: North Park Wilson School, Saskatoon

Jan. 23, 2021: École Henry Kelsey School, Saskatoon

Jan. 11, 2021: North Battleford Comprehensive High School, North Battleford

Jan. 10, 2021: École Forest Grove School, Saskatoon

Dec. 24, 2020: Walter Murray Collegiate, Saskatoon

Dec. 24, 2020: Willowgrove Elementary School, Saskatoon

Dec. 19, 2020: St. Walburg School, St. Walburg

Dec. 15, 2020: Holy Rosary High School, Lloydminster

Dec. 1, 2020: Elsie Mironuk School, Regina

Oct. 30, 2020: W.P. Sandin Public High School, Shellbrook

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COVID-19 Exposures

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Craik

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Feb. 18: Craik School (one case)

Dundurn

Feb. 14: Dundurn School (one case)

Glaslyn

Feb. 24: Glaslyn Central School (one case)

Hague

Feb. 11: Hague Elementary School (one case)

Kamsack

Feb. 18: Kamsack Comprehensive Institute (three cases)

Lloydminster

Feb. 14: Lloydminster Comprehensive High School (one case)

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Lumsden

Feb. 13: École Lumsden Elementary School (two cases)

Martensville

Feb. 15: Martensville Valley Manor Elementary School (one case)

Meadow Lake

Feb. 16: Carpenter High School (one case)

Feb. 14: Gateway Middle School (four cases)

Moose Jaw

Feb. 24: Prince Arthur Community School (one case)

North Battleford

Feb. 18: Holy Family School (one case)

Feb. 14: Connaught Elementary School (three cases)

Osler

Feb. 13: Plains Mennonite School (eight cases)

Prince Albert

Feb. 15: John Diefenbaker Public School (one case)

Feb. 15: Vincent Massey Public School (one case)

Regina

Feb. 25: The Crescents School (one case)

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Feb. 19: St. Joan of Arc Elementary School (one case)

Feb. 16: École Harbour Landing (two cases)

Feb. 15: Allan Blakeney Adult Campus (one case)

Feb. 15: St. Marguerite School (three cases)

Feb. 15: St. Kateri Tekakwitha School (one case)

Feb. 15: Prairie Sky School (three cases)

Feb. 15: Regina Christian School (one case)

Feb. 12: École Monseigneur de Laval pavillon secondaire (Grade 7-12) (three cases)

Saskatoon

NEW March 1: Holy Family Catholic School (one case, affected class moves to online learning)

Feb. 15: Chief Whitecap School (two cases, outbreak declared, classes will resume as scheduled on Feb. 22 following the February break)

Feb. 14: Sutherland School (two cases, outbreak declared, classes will resume as scheduled on Feb. 22 following the February break)

Feb. 14: Tommy Douglas Collegiate (one case)

Feb. 14: Lawson Heights School (one case)

Feb. 14: Lakeview School (one case)

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Feb. 13: Oskāyak High School (one case, affected classes/cohorts will switch to online instruction after the February break)

Feb. 13: Bethlehem Catholic High School (two cases, affected classes/cohorts will switch to online instruction after the February break)

Feb. 13: College Park School (one case)

Feb. 13: Father Vachon School (three cases)

Turtleford

Feb. 14: Turtleford School (four cases)

Warman

Feb. 15: École Warman School (one case)

Watrous

Feb. 21: Winston High School (one case)

Feb. 21: Watrous Elementary (two cases)


This list will continue to be updated as more exposures are announced.

Questions about COVID-19? Here are some things you need to know:

Symptoms can include fever, cough and difficulty breathing — very similar to a cold or flu. Some people can develop a more severe illness. People most at risk of this include older adults and people with severe chronic medical conditions like heart, lung or kidney disease. If you develop symptoms, contact public health authorities.

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To prevent the virus from spreading, experts recommend frequent handwashing and coughing into your sleeve. They also recommend minimizing contact with others, staying home as much as possible and maintaining a distance of two metres from other people if you go out. In situations where you can’t keep a safe distance from others, public health officials recommend the use of a non-medical face mask or covering to prevent spreading the respiratory droplets that can carry the virus. In some provinces and municipalities across the country, masks or face coverings are now mandatory in indoor public spaces.

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