One Ontario school is dealing with a COVID-19 outbreak just over a week after switching back from remote learning.\nA press release from the school board stated that three cases of COVID-19 have now been confirmed at St. David Catholic Elementary School.\nEditor's Choice: This Massive Lakeside Ontario Home For Sale Is Under $1M & Has Views For Days\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nThe individuals who tested positive for COVID-19 are currently self-isolating ... while the investigation continues.\n\n\nPublic Health Sudbury and District\n\n\nThe outbreaks reportedly occurred in Senior Kindergarten/Grade 1 and Full-Day Kindergarten A. \nThe Public Health Sudbury and Districts announced on Tuesday that it is working closely with the school to help curb the spread. \nEffective immediately on Wednesday, the school has now shifted back to remote learning. \nThe news of the outbreak comes only a week after the school was allowed to reopen. \n\nSudbury welcomed students back to their classrooms on January 11, along with multiple other northern Ontario school boards. \nYet, southern Ontario schools still remain closed across the province.\nChief Medical Officer of Health Dr. David Williams is scheduled to announce a list of return dates today.