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COVID-19: Community Notification Letters and Remote Learning

Health and safety measures in schools have been effective in keeping schools safe and in limiting the number of COVID-19 cases in schools. Schools work closely with public health officials when determining if a school will move to remote learning.

Schools send out community notification letters if public health officials have identified increased transmission, initiated a rapid testing program or recommended remote learning for a class, cohort or entire school.

It is important to note that a when a school has had a community notification letter or has entered remote learning this does not necessarily mean that acquisition or transmission occurred at the school.


Visit our Planning for the 2021-2022 School Year page for additional information and resources to help keep our schools safe.

For information on the Pandemic Response System level by region visit: #RestartMB Pandemic Response System.

Restoring Safe Schools Resources