All Secondary 5 students at Pointe-Lévy high school in Lévis will have to place themselves in administrative segregation, following a school activity that turned into a dance floor for a few minutes.
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The Newspaper reported Wednesday that a good name of secondary 5 students gathered for a few minutes for a dance, without respect for physical distancing, during a break following a lunch which was intended for graduates.
In a communication intended for parents and whose The newspaper has obtained a copy, the public health director of Chaudière-Appalaches, Liliana Romero, expresses her concerns, raising among other things that “situations of this type have already led to significant community transmission” and that the presence of the virus is still high in the area.
Public health recommends administrative segregation for 14 days, i.e. until December 2 inclusively, of anyone who participated in the dance.
However, in another email, the school principal, Éric Pouliot, explains that it is impossible to identify the students present or, with certainty, the groups affected and that the administration must “unfortunately” proceed to the isolation of all secondary school students 5.
More details to come …