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Three extra Ottawa French-language colleges have reported individuals who have COVID-19.
That brings the whole variety of individuals testing optimistic to 12 at 10 Ottawa colleges.
The brand new Ottawa colleges recognized within the provincial database on Tuesday are Marius-Barbeau elementary, with one case, and Gabrielle-Roy elementary, with two circumstances. In all three circumstances the individuals who examined optimistic usually are not workers or college students, however are listed as “different.”
As well as, mother and father at Louis-Riel secondary college acquired a letter Tuesday saying an individual there had been recognized with COVID-19, though that case had not but been registered within the information base.
Of the 10 Ottawa colleges, seven are a part of the Conseil des écoles catholiques du Centre-Est. One individual related to every of the six colleges in that board has examined optimistic, and two individuals related to Franco Ouest secondary have the virus.
On the Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario, one individual has examined optimistic at De La Salle highschool and at Louis Riel Secondary, whereas two individuals related to Gabrielle-Roy elementary have COVID-19.
The French-language colleges began lessons in Ottawa sooner than the English-language boards.
Elementary college students on the Ottawa-Carleton District Faculty Board are heading again to high school this week, with staggered begin days.
Throughout the province, 29 individuals have COVID-19 at Ontario’s four,828 elementary and secondary colleges, in line with the database that’s up to date every weekday.
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