Sudbury school switching to online learning following additional COVID-19 case
Rainbow District School Board
SUDBURY -- A Sudbury school has been closed for the coming week following the confirmation of an additional case of COVID-19.
Officials with the Rainbow District School Board have said that all classes at Walden Public School will be switching to a remote delivery through Fri. March 12. The school now has three confirmed associated cases of COVID-19.
"While there is no evidence of widespread transmission of COVID-19 at Walden Public School at this time, variants of concern are high contagious," said a news release sent out Sunday evening. "All teachers and support staff will work with students online this week."
Following this latest case, three separate cohorts are required to self-isolate. Families impacted by this have been contacted by public health officials, according to the release.
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