SURREY (NEWS 1130) — Two more COVID-19 exposure alerts have been issued for schools in Surrey.
The notices are for Tamanawis Secondary School and Ecole Panorama Ridge Secondary.
According to the letter, someone with COVID-19 was at Tamanawis between Sept. 14-17.
This is the second contact for Panorama on Sept. 10, but Superintendent Jodan Tinney says in a tweet it is not linked to the first one.
Thanks to Ecole Panorama Ridge community again. A second COVID contact. This contact is not linked to the first. Letters have gone out tonight. #sd36learn #surreybc @CityofSurrey @Surrey_Schools Thx again @Fraserhealth for all your work and collaboration. pic.twitter.com/9QQj0pEvjX
— Jordan Tinney (@jordantinney) September 20, 2020
As of Saturday, 12 exposure alerts have been issued in the Surrey school district.
Total BC school exposures alerts 20.
12 exposures, 11 notifications @Surrey_Schools
(2 at same school)
These remain exposures outside the school NOT transmissions within schools (as far as I have it tracked).#bcpoli #covid19 #bced @NEWS1130 pic.twitter.com/dOIsZOE2hp
— LizaYuzda (@LizaYuzda) September 20, 2020
Contact tracing has begun to inform any individuals that might need to self-isolate or monitor for symptoms.
Exposure alerts in the Fraser Health region can be found here.
For the more on back-to-school in B.C. during the pandemic, click here.