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October 13 2020: Surrey Schools Q&A With Fraser Health's Dr. Ingrid Tyler from Surrey Schools on Vimeo.
Do you have questions about COVID-19 in schools?
Please see the above informative video with Dr. Ingrid Tyler, Fraser Health's Executive Medical Director of Population and Public Health, as she answers frequently asked questions such as:
Why aren't there temperature checks at schools?
Do siblings of students notified of exposures also have to self isolate?
What do the exposure notification letters from Fraser Health actually mean?
If our household includes an individual who is immunocompromised or elderly, and our school has an exposure, should I keep my child at home?
In some cases the exposure dates occurred a few days ago. Why aren't we notified sooner of an exposure?
Discover the answers to these questions and many more as Superintendent Jordan Tinney asks the most common questions posed by parents.