Increased in COVID-19 cases among students and staff at schools and childcare centres under Eastern Ontario Health Unit (EOHU) were reported by school boards and the Ontario government on Thursday, December 10.
The Upper Canada District School Board issued a news release on Thursday evening that an individual at Glengarry District High School had tested positive for COVID-19. The EOHU is working with school administration and communicating with all individuals who may have had contact with the affected person. Glengarry District High School remains open and is operating on a normal schedule.
There were also COVID-19 cases at the following schools under EOHU jurisdiction as of December 10. Two or more cases in a school is an official outbreak, unless otherwise stated.
One student at Laggan Public School
One student at École secondaire publique le Sommet in Hawkesbury
Five students and nine staff members at École élémentaire catholique St-Isidore
Two students at École élémentaire catholique St-Viateur in La Nation
Six students at École élémentaire catholique de Casselman Pavillon Sainte Euphémie
One student at École secondaire catholique de Casselman
One student at Tagwi Intermediate School in North Stormont
One staff member at École élémentaire catholique La Source in North Stormont
One student at École élémentaire catholique Saint-Trinité in Clarence-Rockland
Two students and one staff member at École élémentaire catholique Embrun Pavillon St-Jean/Pavillon La Croisée
One staff member at Holy Trinity Catholic Secondary School in South Glengarry
Two students at Bishop Macdonell Catholic School in Cornwall
One student at North Dundas Intermediate School in Winchester
The following childcare centres under EOHU jurisdiction had cases of COVID-19 as of December 10
One child at Centre éducatif au Jardin des Calins in Limoges
One child at Young Achievers and Where Children Grow-Bishop in Cornwall