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For the second time in three days, the Brandon School Division informed the public that at least one new COVID-19 case has been uncovered at Linden Lanes School, with this new exposure impacting a Grade 1 classroom.
According to a Tuesday news release from BSD, the individual in question may have been infectious when they attended school on Oct. 15, although division officials maintain that "the infection was not believed to be acquired at school."
This announcement follows on the heels of a Sunday news release from BSD, where the division revealed that someone in a Grade 5/6 class had contracted the novel coronavirus.
BSD officials registered Linden Lanes’ first COVID-19 case of the 2021-22 academic year back on Oct. 8, revealing that the exposure was also impacting a Grade 5/6 class.
Elsewhere in the division, St. Augustine School is still enduring a COVID-19 outbreak that is affecting six people.
Because of the outbreak, the division moved a Grade 6 class at St. Augustine to remote learning until the end of this week.
» The Brandon Sun