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Working together to keep students, teachers and our communities safe.

We have been working closely with public and independent schools to support safety plans and communications strategies around COVID-19 in schools. Fraser Health will continue case and contact management for all positive cases of COVID-19 in schools during the 2021/2022 school year.

Based on guidance from the Provincial Health Officer, students will not be organized into learning groups when classes start in September. Students will continue to be required to stay home when feeling sick, wash their hands and complete daily health checks. In addition, all K to 12 staff, students in grades 4 to 12 and visitors are required to wear masks in all indoor areas.

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Post-secondary COVID-19 safety guidance

As per the Provincial Health Officer, masks will be required for all indoor public areas on campus. In addition, proof of vaccination will be required for students living in on-campus student housing. Students can walk in to any of our vaccine clinics for same-day immunization. Clinic locations are available at fraserhealth.ca/vax.

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COVID-19 immunizations for youth

Children and young people ages 12 to 17 are eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine and can walk in to any of our vaccine clinics for same-day immunization. Clinic locations are available at fraserhealth.ca/vax. For more information on youth immunization, please review the BCCDC Q&A document, or visit the province of B.C. and BCCDC web resources for more information.