Here’s What You Need To Know About The New Rupert COVID School Notices

Four potential exposures listed from Jan 26 to Feb 3.

[This story originally appeared on The North Coast Review, a blog based in Prince Rupert that contains “items of interest to those living on the North Coast of BC.”]

After a few weeks of relative quiet from the Prince Rupert and area’s school district, the BC Centre for Disease Control is announcing four more potential COVID exposures, with exposure events listed for Conrad Elementary, Pineridge Elementary, Port Edward Elementary and Prince Rupert Middle school.

So far the SD52 website has not listed the updated notes, nor linked to further information from the district level.

Parents, guardians, students and staff will have been contacted by individual schools by now with some background on the exposure events for their school, which is available on each school’s website. Here are links to the notices for each school:

Conrad Elementary Potential COVID Exposure letter

Pineridge Elementary Potential COVID  exposure letter

Port Edward Elementary Potential COVID exposure letter

Prince Rupert Middle School Potential COVID exposure letter

Prior to today, the last exposure notice was issued in mid-January for a number of schools in the city.

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