Four more cases of COVID-19 confirmed at schools in Thames Valley board – London

The Thames Valley District School Board (TVDSB) has identified four more confirmed cases of COVID-19 within its schools.

On Tuesday, the school board reported a single case at Strathroy District Collegiate Institute, Lord Dorchester Secondary School, Stoney Creek Public School, and Louise Arbour French Immersion Public School.

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TVDSB says it is working with the Middlesex London Health Unit and Southwestern Public Health in order to identify close contacts.

There are now four active cases of COVID-19 at school communities under the Thames Valley board. Some 153 cases have previously been reported within the school board, but have since recovered.

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Students returned to learning this week, albeit online, and are scheduled to return to the classroom later this month.

High school students will be learning online full-time until Jan. 22, while the province’s elementary schools are scheduled to return to in-person learning next week.

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The Middlesex London Health Unit reported 184 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, while the Southwestern Public Health reported 67 new cases.

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