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Two Central Okanagan schools hit by COVID-19

November 27, 2020 - 3:31 PM

Two more schools in the Central Okanagan have reported exposures among their 'schools communities'.

Quigley Elementary School in Kelowna had one person test positive for COVID-19, School District 23 announced today, Nov. 27.

At least two students at Constable Neil Bruce Middle School in West Kelowna also tested positive.

The school district doesn’t say how many people tested positive or whether they were students, teachers or both.

All those who tested positive are self-isolating at home. Anyone who is was potentially exposed will be contacted by Interior Health, the news release states.


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