Mohawk College reports two new COVID-19 cases
Hamilton Public Health confirmed two new positive COVID-19 cases associated with the Mohawk College Stoney Creek Campus on Thursday (May 6).
The affected students last attended classes on Saturday (May 1).
The college says “both followed all entry and safety protocols while on campus.”
After an investigation, Public Health believes both cases are connected to transmission in the community and are not considered an outbreak related to the campus.
“No one has been considered to have been in close contact with the infected students while they were on campus,” said Mohawk College in an official statement. “People considered to have been in casual contact with the students are being contacted by the college and advised to monitor their health, as per Public Health guidelines.”
The college says the infected students have been cooperating with Public Health officials in relation to this case and they have been instructed to self-isolate.
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