Mississauga and Brampton schools are set to close tomorrow as COVID spreads through classrooms
Schools in Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon are on the verge of being shutdown due to the spread of COVID-19.
Sources have told insauga.com that Peel Public Health is set to announce that in-class learning for Peel Region schools will be cancelled as early as tomorrow as the virus continues to spread.
On the weekend, insauga.com reported that 17 schools have been closed across Peel Region between both the public and Catholic school systems as 434 students and teachers battle the virus.
Peel Public Health has not officially made any announcement of a closure.
Earlier today he union representing elementary public high school teachers called on the provincial government to shut schools until teachers are vaccinated.
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