One Niagara Region school board has 11 ongoing COVID-19 cases; the other just four

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Published December 2, 2021 at 12:18 pm

While Niagara Region schools are certainly not free of COVID-19 cases, the number have dropped significantly over the past few weeks.

While the District School Board of Niagara (DSBN) presently has 11 cases, four alone come from one school – Oakridge Public School in St Catharines. Presently, Oakridge only has one closed classroom.

Other DSBN school affected are Garrison Road (one case, one closed classroom), Gordon (one case, one closed classroom), John Brant (one case, one closed classroom), Nelles (two cases, one closed classroom), Senator Gibson (one case, one closed classroom) and Westdale (one case, one closed classroom).

But John Brant in Fort Erie and Senator Gibson in Lincoln recently suffered from outbreaks (10-plus cases) so their situations have finally stabilized.

The Niagara Catholic District School Board has just four cases in total and only one closed classroom. St. Ann Adult Learning Centre in Niagara Falls (one case, zero closed classrooms), St. Christopher Catholic Elementary School (one case, zero closed classrooms), St. Joseph Catholic Elementary School in Fort Erie (one case, one closed classroom) and St. Teresa of Calcutta Catholic Elementary School (one case, zero closed classrooms).

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