Seabird Island Community and Coquihalla Elementary schools have had recent COVID-19 exposures. (File image)

Seabird Island Community and Coquihalla Elementary schools have had recent COVID-19 exposures. (File image)

COVID-19 exposures at Seabird Island Community, Coquihalla Elementary schools

There have been three new cases in the past week

Fraser Health has reported two recent exposure events in the Hope-Agassiz area.

COVID-19 exposure happened at Coquihalla Elementary School on Jan. 6, 7 and 11 And Seabird Island Community School had an exposure event on Jan. 11. Seabird Island Community recently had one other COVID-19 exposure event running from Jan. 5 to 8, but it has since been removed from Fraser Health’s exposure list.

According to Fraser Health, an exposure is defined as a single person with lab-confirmed COVID-19 infection who attended school during their infectious period.

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SD 78 has undergone several exposure events over the course of the pandemic, with four reaching Hope Secondary School, the most recent being in late November. Receiving a notification of exposure does not necessarily mean your child has been exposed to COVID-19;

According to the most recent data from the B.C. Centre for Disease Control, the Hope area has seen three additional cases of COVID-19 from Jan. 3 to 9. Throughout 2020, the Hope area has seen a total of 33 cases.


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