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Another 6 Schools In Ottawa Just Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

Multiple Ottawa-area schools have now reported cases.
COVID-19 In Ottawa: Another 6 Schools Just Confirmed New Cases

Even more schools are now reporting cases of COVID-19 in Ottawa. On Tuesday, September 15, an additional six local schools confirmed that at least one student had the illness.

This comes just one week after another five schools in Ottawa reported cases of COVID-19, shortly after many students returned to class.

Both elementary and high schools continue to be affected. 

Marius-Baribeau Catholic Elementary School, Montfort Catholic Elementary School, St. Leonard Elementary School and Monsignor Paul Baxter School are all reporting one new case.

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Total Ottawa schools with confirmed COVID-19 cases

Gabrielle-Roy Elementary School has also confirmed two new cases, while Franco Ouest Catholic High School is reporting a second case.

Cases were previously reported at Laurier-Carrière catholic elementary school, Sainte Anne catholic elementary school and Saint François d'Assise catholic elementary school.

Roger-Saint-Denis catholic elementary school and De La Salle High School also announced at least one unwell student last week.

No outbreaks have been confirmed at this time.

Via CTV News

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