Catholic student COVID-19 cases up 33% in one day; 10 more classrooms closed Sept. 16

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Published September 17, 2021 at 11:20 am

The number of COVID-19 cases in Brampton and Mississauga Catholic schools took a jump yesterday.

Six additional student cases were reported at the end of Thursday, Sept. 16, plus one more staff case. The probable positive count also jumped from four to six.

Ten more classrooms are now closed, bringing the total to 35. When a classroom is closed, all the students from that class are sent home and must attend school virtually for a 10-day quarantine period.

A total of 27 schools have been affected by at least one case of COVID-19.

Here is a list of impacted schools:

Elementary

  • Father Clair Tipping: 2 student, 2 classrooms closed
  • Father Francis McSpiritt: 1 student, 1 classroom closed
  • Our Lady of Fatima: 1 student, 1 classroom closed
  • Our Lady of Providence: 1 student, 1 classroom closed
  • St. Andre Bessette: 1 student, 1 classroom closed
  • St. Anthony: 2 student
  • St. Basil: 1 student, 1 classroom closed
  • St. Benedict: 1 staff
  • St. Bernard of Clairvaux: 1 staff, 2 classrooms closed
  • St. Catherine of Siena: 1 student, 1 classroom closed
  • St. Christopher: 1 probable, 1 classroom closed
  • St. Cornelius: 1 student, 1 classroom closed
  • St. Daniel Comboni: 2 student, 1 probable, 3 classrooms closed
  • St. Herbert: 1 student, 1 classroom closed
  • St. John Henry Newman: 1 probable, 1 classroom closed
  • St. Lucy: 1 probable, 1 classroom closed
  • St. Margaret of Scotland: 3 student, 3 classrooms closed
  • St. Mary: 1 student, 1 classroom closed
  • St. Michael: 1 staff
  • St. Sofia: 1 staff
  • St. Veronica: 1 staff, 1 classroom closed
  • Sts. Martha and Mary: 1 student, 1 classroom closed

Secondary

  • Cardinal Leger: 1 student, 2 classrooms closed
  • Father Michael Goetz: 2 student, 2 classrooms closed
  • Notre Dame: 1 probable, 2 classrooms closed
  • St. Joseph: 1 student, 2 classrooms closed
  • St. Thomas Aquinas: 1 student, 1 probable, 3 classrooms closed
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