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Energetic Learning Campus warned of COVID exposure

Northern Health is warning of possible COVID-19 exposures at the Energetic Learning Campus between Nov. 16 to 20.
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Energetic Learning Campus at the Pomeroy Sport Centre in Fort St. John.

Northern Health is warning of possible COVID-19 exposures at the Energetic Learning Campus between Nov. 16 to 20.

The health authority says staff and students may have been in contact with a lab-confirmed case, and that they should monitor for symptoms until Dec. 4.

Both Charlie Lake Elementary and Dawson Creek Secondary schools were also been warned Thursday of recent exposures.

They join a growing list of school-based exposure notices over the last week, including at Bert Bowes Middle School and North Peace Secondary, as well as the YMCA at Ma Murray School, and at Chetwynd Secondary School.

"As expected, the School District, under the guidance of Northern Health, continues to manage exposure events at different school locations," School District 60 Superintendent Stephen Petrucci said in a statement. "These are not cases of transmission in schools but rather transmission that has occurred outside of the school setting. Cleaning and environmental controls continue to be effective in schools. "

On Monday, Northern Health declared an outbreak at North Peace Seniors Housing, where nine cases and one death have so far been reported. 

Letter from Northern Health follows: 

Northern Health Covid Letter - Energetic Learning Campus Nov 26 2020 by AlaskaHighwayNews on Scribd