Coronavirus: List of Saskatchewan school exposures and outbreaks

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.

Read more: Outbreaks and potential COVID-19 exposures in Saskatchewan for the past 2 weeks

Outbreaks

Nov. 18: École Wascana Plains School, Regina

Nov. 14: Central Collegiate, Moose Jaw

Nov. 13: Prince Arthur Community School, Moose Jaw

Nov. 12: Lakeview School, Regina

Nov. 12: Thomson School, Regina

Nov. 11: Martensville High School, Martensville

Nov. 9: Holy Family School, Saskatoon

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Nov. 8: St. Joseph’s School, Lloydminster

Nov. 6: Gladys McDonald School, Regina

Nov. 6: Huda School, Regina

Nov. 6: MacNeill Elementary School, Regina

Nov. 3: Thom Collegiate, Regina

Oct. 30: W.P. Sandin Public High School, Shellbrook

Oct. 28: Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT), Saskatoon

Oct. 28: St. Kateri Tekakwitha School, Regina

Oct. 27: E.S. Laird Middle School, Lloydminster

Oct. 24: Tommy Douglas Collegiate, Saskatoon

Oct. 24: Marion M. Graham Collegiate, Saskatoon

Oct. 24: Ecole St. Mary High School, Prince Albert

Oct. 23: Dr. Martin LeBoldus High School, Regina

Oct. 20: Charlebois Community School, Cumberland House

Oct. 13: École Harbour Landing Elementary School, Regina

COVID-19 Exposures

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Balgonie

Nov. 6: Greenall High School (one case)

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Broadview

Nov. 10: Broadview Elementary (one case)

Carry The Kettle

Nov. 16: Nakoda Oyade Education Center (one case)

Colonsay

Nov. 8: Colonsay School (one case)

Fort Qu’Appelle

Nov. 12: Fort Qu’Appelle Elementary (one case, one class moving to online learning until Nov. 25)

Humboldt

Nov. 16: St. Augstine School (second case)

Nov. 7: St. Augustine School (one case)

Indian Head

Nov. 14: Indian Head Elementary School (two cases)

Nov. 11: Indian Head High School (one case)

Ituna

Nov. 7: Ituna School (one case)

Langham

Nov. 3: Walter W. Brown School (one case, classes continue)

Lipton

NEW Nov. 22: Lipton School

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Lloydminster

Nov. 15: Father Gorman Community School (one case)

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Nov. 8: Rendell Park School (one case)

Nov. 8: St. Joseph Elementary School (two cases)

Nov. 3: Bishop Lloyd Middle School (one case)

Nov. 2: E.S. Laird Middle School (two cases)

Nov. 2: Lloydminster Comprehensive High School (one case)

Lumsden

NEW Nov. 21: Lumsden High School (several cases)

Martensville

NEW Nov. 22: École Holy Mary Catholic School (one case, affected classroom moves online)

Nov. 17: École Holy Mary Catholic School (one case, affected classroom moving to remote learning on Nov. 18)

Nov. 16: Venture Heights Elementary School (one case)

Nov. 8: Martensville High School (four cases, school closed to in-person learning until Nov. 23)

Meadow Lake

Nov. 7: Jonas Samson Middle School (one case)

Milestone

Nov. 7: Milestone School (two cases)

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Moose Jaw

Nov. 10: Riverview High School (one case)

Nov. 9: Prince Arthur Community School (three cases)

Nov. 7: Westmount School (one case in a Grade 6 class)

Nov. 7: Central Collegiate (one case)

North Battleford

Nov. 15: McKitrick Community School (one case)

Nov. 15: North Battleford Comprehensive High School (one case)

Nov. 15: Ecole Monseigneur Blaise Morand (one case)

Nov. 15: Holy Family School (one case)

Prince Albert

Nov. 12: St. Francis School (one case)

Nov. 10: King George Elementary (one case)

Nov. 10: Elevation Academy (one case)

Nov. 4: École St. Anne School (one case)

Rapid View

Nov. 7: Green Acre Elementary School (one case)

Regina

NEW Nov. 21: Wilfred Hunt School (one case, affected classroom moves to remote learning until Dec. 2)

NEW Nov. 21: Albert Community School (one case, affected classroom moves to remote learning until Dec. 2)

NEW Nov. 21: Scott Collegiate (one case, affected classroom moves to remote learning until Dec. 2)

Nov. 18: Deshaye Catholic School (one case)

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NEW Nov. 18: Grant Road School (one case, affected classroom moves to remote learning until Dec. 2)

Nov. 12: St. Gabriele School (one case)

Nov. 11: Elsie Mironuck School (one case)

Nov. 11: St. Francis Community School (one case)

Nov. 11: Plainsview Elementary School (one case)

Nov. 10: St. Mathew Elementary (one case)

Nov. 10: Thomson Community School (one case)

Nov. 10: Walker Elementary (one case)

Nov. 10: Crescents Elementary (one case)

Nov. 10: Campbell High School (one case)

Nov. 9: Lakeview Elementary School (one case)

Nov. 8: St. Catherine Community School (one case)

Nov. 8: St. Timothy School (one case)

Nov. 7: Holy Rosary Community School (one case)

Nov. 5: Gladys McDonald School (one case)

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Saskatoon

NEW Nov. 22: Bethlehem Catholic High School (one case, affect classroom moves online)

NEW Nov. 22: St. Dominic School (one case, affected classroom moves online)

NEW Nov. 22: École St. Peter School (one case, affected classroom moves online)

NEW Nov. 22: E.D. Feehan Catholic High School (one case, affected classroom moves online

Nov. 17: Walter Murray Collegiate (one case)

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Nov. 17: Dr. John G. Egnatoff School (one case)

Nov. 17: Marion M. Graham Collegiate

Nov. 17: Bishop Filevich Ukrainian Bilingual School (one case, affected classroom moving to remote learning on Nov. 18)

Nov. 17: École Cardinal Leger School (one case, affected classroom moving to remote learning on Nov. 18)

Nov. 17: Bishop Roborecki School

Nov. 16: St. Mary’s Wellness and Education Centre (at least one case)

Nov. 16: Bishop James Mahoney High School (at least one case)

Nov. 16: Holy Family School (several cases)

Nov. 15: Marion M. Graham Collegiate (one case)

Nov. 15: Montgomery School (one case)

Nov. 15: Brunskill School (one case)

Nov. 15: École Lakeview School (one case)

Nov. 15: wâhkôhtowin School (two cases, school closed until Nov. 23, students have moved to remote learning)

Nov. 13: École St. Gerard School (one case)

Nov. 11: Bethlehem High School (one case(

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Nov. 11: St. Frances Cree Bilingual School (two cases)

Nov. 10: Westmount Elementary (one case)

Nov. 9: Brownell School (one case)

Nov. 8: St. Marguerite School (one case)

Nov. 8: St. Luke School (one case)

Nov. 8: Queen Elizabeth School (one case)

Nov. 8: Sutherland School (one case)

Nov. 8: Tommy Douglas Collegiate (three cases)

Nov. 7: Bedford Road Collegiate (one case)

Nov. 7: Marion M. Graham Collegiate (seven cases)

Nov. 5: North Park Wilson School

Nov. 5 Mount Royal Collegiate (one case)

Stoughton

Nov. 6: Stoughton Central School (one case)

Swift Current

Nov. 8: O.M. Irwin School (two cases)

Nov. 7: Swift Current Comprehensive High School (one case)

Warman

Nov. 15: Warman Community Middle School (one case)

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Weyburn

Nov. 10: Weyburn Comprehensive 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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