Discovery Expecting Changes To Current COVID Procedures

We are gradually returning to normal and this begins with the removal of public health orders. The success of the vaccination program, lower numbers of hospitalizations, and availability of treatment for those at higher risk of severe disease allows us to begin to cautiously resume activities and standard practices.  ...

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COVID Cases Reported

February 26 to March 4 1 staff reported a positive case of COVID-19 to Discovery during this period of time. No children reported. Screening for symptoms is important to identify any potential cases of COVID-19 as quickly as possible, before exposure to others. If the screening checklist has advised you...

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Update Of Positive Cases Reported

February 19 to February 25 1 staff reported a positive case of COVID-19 to Discovery during this period of time. No children reported. Screening for symptoms is important to identify any potential cases of COVID-19 as quickly as possible, before exposure to others. If the screening checklist has advised you...

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Update Of Positive Cases Reported

February 12 to February 18 There were no positive cases of COVID-19 reported to Discovery during this period of time. Screening for symptoms is important to identify any potential cases of COVID-19 as quickly as possible, before exposure to others. If the screening checklist has advised you not to enter...

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Discovery’s Family Fun Day; June 7, 2022

With the announcement that some of the current “restrictions” will soon be changing to “recommendations” the Board and Management at Discovery are beginning to plan for our Annual Family Fun Day once again.  This “FREE event” filled with activities, games and food, takes place in our back field at 367...

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Positive cases reported

February 5 to February 11 6 children in Zone 4 reported positive test results (2 Assiniboine cohort/3 Stevenson Cohort/ 1 Nursery school)The Nursery School child who tested positive was not in attendance during their infectious period.) Screening for symptoms is important to identify any potential cases of COVID-19 as quickly...

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Update on Positive Cases Reported

Positive cases reported  January 29 to February 4 1 child in zone 1    1 staff in zone 2   Screening for symptoms is important to identify any potential cases of COVID-19 as quickly as possible, before exposure to others. If the screening checklist has advised you not to enter the...

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Updates To Public Health Measures To Case And Contact Management

Late last week the Early Learning and Child Care ((ELCC) sponsored a webinar with updates to Public Health measures to case and contact management. OMICRON has changed Public Health approach because this virus has changed so dramatically. Public Health has reported that the response to the Pandemic show that severe...

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