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List of COVID-19 school exposures and outbreaks in Saskatchewan

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, and students, staff and teachers get into a new back-to-school routine, Global News is tracking exposures connected to the Saskatchewan education system.

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COVID-19 outbreaks in Saskatchewan

Outbreaks

June 24: Dr. George Ferguson Elementary School, Regina

June 24: King George Public School (Grade 2/3 and 7), Prince Albert

June 13: St. Michael Community School, Regina

June 13: St. Mary’s School, North Battleford

June 12: Leoville Central School (Gr. 5/6, 9/10, 12 and Paulton Bus Route), Leoville

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June 12: Milestone School, Milestone

May 23: Grant Road School, Regina

May 11: Westgate Early Learning Center, Saskatoon

May 6: Waldheim School, Waldheim

May 5: Gull Lake School, Gull Lake

April 28: Macklin School K to 12, Macklin

April 28: Glen Elm Community School, Regina

April 28: St. Michael’s Elementary School, Moose Jaw

April 9: St. Edwards Elementary School, Saskatoon

April 4: Pangman School, Pangman

April 3: Whitewood School, Whitewood

COVID-19 Exposures

Bethune

June 16:  Clive Draycott Elementary School (two cases)

Delisle

June 27: Delisle Composite School (one case)

Estevan

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NEW June 29: Westview School (one case)

Holdfast

June 15: Schell School (one case)

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Kinistino

June 16: Kinistino Public School (one case)

Leoville

June 15: Leoville Central School (four cases)

Meadow Lake

June 26: Jonas Samson Middle School (one case)

Moose Jaw

June 21: Sacred Heart Elementary School (five cases)

June 21: Riverview High School (one case)

Prince Albert

NEW June 29: Queen Mary Public School (three cases)

June 26: École Vickers Public School (one case)

June 20: King George Public School (one case)

Regina

NEW July 4: Judge Bryant School (one cases

NEW July 4: Walker Elementary School (one case)

NEW July 1: Miller Comprehensive High School (one case)

June 24: Dr. George Ferguson Elementary School (one case)

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June 24: Harvest City Christian Academy (one case)

June 21: McLurg Elementary School (one case)

June 21: Arcola School (two cases)

June 20: Winston Knoll Collegiate (one case)

June 19: Regina Huda School (one case)

June 16: Campbell High School (one case)

Saskatoon

NEW July 1: Fairhaven School (two cases)

NEW June 29: St. Marguerite School (one case)

NEW June 29: Mount Royal Collegiate (one case)

June 26: Lawson Heights School (one case)

June 25: Prince Philip School (one case)

June 23: Bishop Roborecki School (one case)

June 22: Centennial Collegiate (one case)

June 20: St. Lorenzo Ruiz Catholic School (one case)

June 19: Bethlehem Catholic High School (six cases)

June 18: École College Park School (one case)

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June 17: Father Robinson School (one case)

June 17: St. Volodymyr School (one case)

June 17: Roland Michener School – Bus 13362 (one case)

June 16: Psalms Academy Preschool (one case)

June 16: Willowgrove School (one case)

Swift Current

June 16: All Saints Catholic School (two cases)


This list will continue to be updated as more exposures are announced.

Questions about COVID-19? Here are some things you need to know:

Symptoms can include fever, cough and difficulty breathing — very similar to a cold or flu. Some people can develop a more severe illness. People most at risk of this include older adults and people with severe chronic medical conditions like heart, lung or kidney disease. If you develop symptoms, contact public health authorities.

To prevent the virus from spreading, experts recommend frequent handwashing and coughing into your sleeve. They also recommend minimizing contact with others, staying home as much as possible and maintaining a distance of two metres from other people if you go out. In situations where you can’t keep a safe distance from others, public health officials recommend the use of a non-medical face mask or covering to prevent spreading the respiratory droplets that can carry the virus. In some provinces and municipalities across the country, masks or face coverings are now mandatory in indoor public spaces.

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