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 Edmundston region, Zone 4, two new cases: Two people 50-59. Both cases are under investigation. Bathurst region, Zone 6: one new case: A person 30-39. This case is travel-related and the individual is isolating out of province. The 11 new cases of COVID-19 announced Monday and the revised case count put the province’s total active cases at 118. (CBC) Six patients are hospitalized in New Brunswick, including two in an intensive care unit. Another four patients are hospitalized out of province, with one in an intensive care unit. New Brunswick has had 2,073 confirmed cases of COVID-19 since the pandemic began, with 1,913 recoveries and 41 COVID-related deaths. A total 315,114 COVID tests have been conducted, including 1,126 on Sunday. As of Monday, 324,056 New Brunswickers have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. That’s 46.7 per cent of the eligible population. Confirmed case at New Maryland Elementary School A positive case of COVID-19 has been confirmed at New Maryland Elementary School, David McTimoney, superintendent of the Anglophone West School district, said in a letter to families Monday night. The letter said Public Health officials will contact people if their child has been identified as a close contact of a confirmed case, in which case the child and all household members will be asked to self-isolate for 14 days. If a child was potentially exposed due to a “common environment exposure,” such as using the same restroom or hallways, then the child and all houshold members will be asked to self-isolate for 72 hours and self-monitor for 14 days. Tuesday will be an operational day, with no instruction, to allow for continued contact tracing and cleaning of the school, said McTimoney. Students will transition to online learning from home on Wednesday at 10 a.M.

, which will continue Thursday, when the situation will be reassessed and an update provided, he said. 3rd case of COVID-19 confirmed at Leo Hayes High School A third case of COVID-19 has been confirmed at Leo Hayes High School in Fredericton over the weekend. Two cases of COVID-19 were detected last week, forcing the local high school to close. “Public Health has also confirmed that at this time, there is NO in-school transmission at Leo Hayes High School,” McTimoney said in a letter to families on Sunday. New Brunswick Public Health has confirmed a third case of COVID-19 at Leo Hayes High School in Fredericton over the weekend. (CBC) McTimoney said Monday is a planned non-instructional day as per the school calendar. Students will be learning from home on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. “We will reassess the situation on Thursday and provide you with an update on continued learning at that time,” McTimoney said. The high schools is working with Public Health officials to identify any students and school personnel who may have been in contact with the case, he said. Those people will be asked to self-isolate. Horizon staffing ‘a concern’ Forty Horizon Health Network employees in the Fredericton area are off work Monday because the COVID-19 outbreak at the Dr.

 

 

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