The head of the Upper Grand District School Board describes seven positive COVID cases in the first week of school as “very, very low.”
“As our colleagues at WDG Public Health have constantly indicated, we should expect that when students return to school when schools reopen, we are going to see positive cases, cases occurring in the community,” said Peter Sovran, adding that with a return to in person school, safety and inclusivity is the number one priority.
Sovran said when the board was responding to the pandemic when it first hit. No one had a play book, but now the board is in a better position to deal with the ongoing pandemic…
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