A variety of COVID-19 exposures have been reported in both classrooms and flights in the Comox Valley.
Since the beginning of November, a number of schools – both independent and within School District 71 – have had potential exposures in schools, according to Island Health.
Within the district, exposures include Aspen Park Elementary in Comox (Nov. 4 and 5); Royston Elementary (Nov. 2 and 8) and Queneesh Elementary (Nov.2).
According to the BC School Covid Tracker website, Highland Secondary School in Comox also had an exposure on Nov. 8.
On Nov. 2 and 8, Gaglardi Academy in Comox had two COVID-19 exposures and according to the COVID tracker website, a full grade is in isolation and is doing online learning.
Additionally, the BC Centre for Disease Control has posted an advisory for a COVID-19 exposure on a flight into Comox on Nov. 6.
The advisory indicated an exposure on WestJet flight 3315 from Calgary into Comox, affecting rows 13-19.
For more information on COVID-19 public exposures, visit the BC Centre for Disease Control website at bccdc.ca.