As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, and students, staff and teachers get into a new back-to-school routine, Global News is tracking exposures connected to the Saskatchewan education system.

OutbreaksFeb. 4: Notre Dame Elementary School, North Battleford

Jan. 29: Caswell School, Saskatoon

Jan. 29: St. Augustine School, Saskatoon

Jan. 29: École Valois School, Prince Albert

Jan. 24: École Forest Grove School, Saskatoon

Jan. 24: North Park Wilson School, Saskatoon

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Jan. 23: École Henry Kelsey, Saskatoon

Jan. 19: Brilliant Star Montessori School, Saskatoon

Jan. 15: OneSchool Global Oxbow Campus, Oxbow

Jan. 11: North Battleford Comprehensive High School, North Battleford

Jan. 10: École Forest Grove School, Saskatoon

Dec. 24: Willowgrove School, Saskatoon

Dec. 24: Walter Murray Collegiate, Saskatoon

Dec. 19: St. Walburg School, St. Walburg

Dec. 15: Holy Rosary High School, Lloydminster

Dec. 12: Miller High School, Regina

Dec. 1: Elsie Mironuk School, Regina

Oct. 30: W.P. Sandin Public High School, Shellbrook

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BalcarresFeb. 7: Balcarres Community School (one case)

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ChaplinJan. 27: Mennonite Christian School (two cases)

Fort Qu’AppelleJan. 27: Fort Qu’Appelle Elementary School (one case, affect classroom moves to online learning until Feb. 8)

LangenburgFeb. 5: Langenburg Central School (three cases)

LeaskJan. 29: Leask Community School (two cases)

Loon LakeJan. 30: Ernie Studer School (two cases)

LloydminsterFeb. 7: Holy Rosary High School (one case)

Jan. 30: Father Gorman School (one case)

Jan. 26: St. Mary’s Elementary School (three cases)

Meadow LakeFeb. 7: Jonas Samson Middle School (one case)

Feb. 6: Lakeview Elementary School (two cases)

Jan. 31: Jubilee Elementary (three cases)

Moose JawFeb. 3: Peacock Collegiate (one case)

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Feb. 3: Palliser Heights School (two cases)

Jan. 28: Sunningdale School (one case)

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Feb. 7: Notre Dame (three cases)

Jan. 30: St. John Paul II Collegiate (one case)

Jan. 30: St. Mary School (one case)

Jan. 27: Bready Elementary (one case)

Jan 26: McKitrick Community School (one case)

OgemaFeb. 5: Ogema School (one case)

Prince AlbertJan. 31: Wesmore Public High School (two cases)

Jan. 29: École Valois (three cases)

Jan. 26: École St. Mary High School (two cases)

RadvilleFeb. 2: St. Olivier School (two cases)

ReginaFeb. 10: Imperial Community School (one case)

Feb. 10: École Centennial School (one case)

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Feb. 9: École Massey School (one case)

Feb. 9: St. Michael Community School (one case)

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Feb. 9: St. Theresa School (one case)

Feb. 9: St. Catherine Community School (one case)

Feb. 9: Archbishop M.C. O’Neill Catholic High School (two cases)

Feb. 8: Connaught Community School (one case)

Feb. 7: Balfour Collegiate (one case)

Feb. 7: Martin Collegiate (one case)

Feb. 7: George Lee School (one case)

Feb. 7: Prairie Sky School (one case)

Feb. 7: Miller High School (one case)

Feb. 7: Judge Bryant School (three cases)

Feb. 6: Dr. George Ferguson School (one case)

Feb. 6: Arcola School (one case)

Feb. 6: Marion McVeety School (one case)

Feb. 6: Holy Rosary Community School (one case)

Feb. 5: St. Bernadette School (one case)

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Feb. 5: Plainsview School (one case)

Feb. 3: St. Kateri Tekakwitha School (one case)

Feb. 2: St. Nicholas School (one case)

Jan. 31: Deshaye Catholic School (one case)

Jan. 31: Crescents Elementary (one case)

Jan. 31: Albert School (one case)

Jan. 31: St. Josapahat School (two cases)

Jan. 31: Walker Elementary (two cases)

Jan. 29: Thom Collegiate (one case)

Jan. 29: Monseigneur de Laval School (one case)

Jan. 29: Campbell Collegiate (one case)

Jan. 29: Sacred Heart Community School (one case, affected classroom moved to online learning)

Jan. 29: Dr. Martin LeBoldus Catholic High School (two cases, all close contacts in the impacted Quad 2 cohorts have been instructed to self-isolate. Close contacts in Quad 3 cohorts were informed and also instructed to self-isolate. The Quad 3 cohorts will learn remotely)

Jan. 29: École Connaught Community School (one case, affected students will begin remote learning and will not return to the school until Feb. 10)

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Jan. 27: École St. Pius X (one case)

Jan. 27: Cornwall Alternative School (one case)

Jan. 27: Elsie Mironuck School (one case)

RosthernFeb. 7: Rosthern Community School (one case)

St. LouisNEW Feb. 9: St. Louis Public School (four cases)

SaskatoonNEW Feb. 10: Holy Cross High School (one case, affected cohort switched to online learning)

NEW Feb. 9: Westmount Community School (one case)

NEW Feb. 9: École canadienne-francaise (one case)

NEW Feb. 9: Bedford Road Collegiate (two cases)

NEW Feb. 9: Nutana Collegiate (two cases)

Feb. 8: École St. Peter School (one case, class will switch to online instruction)

NEW Feb. 8: John Dolan School (one case, school moves to online instruction)

NEW Feb 8: City Park Collegiate – Montessori Program (one case)

Feb. 7: École Alvin Buckwold School (one case)

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Feb. 7: Oskāyak High School (one case, affected classes/cohorts will switch to online instruction)

Feb. 7: St. Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic School (one case, affected classes/cohorts will switch to online instruction)

Feb. 6: St. Anne School (one case, affected classes/cohorts will switch to online instruction)

Feb. 6: Aden Bowman (four cases)

Feb. 5: Mayfair Community School (six cases)

Feb. 4: École St. Paul (one case)

Feb. 4: Bishop Pocock School (one case, affected classes/cohorts will switch to online instruction)

Feb. 4: École St Mother Teresa School (one case, affected classes/cohorts will switch to online instruction)

Jan. 31: Princess Alexandra Community School (one case)

Jan. 30: École St. Gerard School (one case, affected classes/cohorts will switch to online instruction)

Jan. 30: WP Bate Community School (three cases)

Jan. 29: Father Vachon School (one case, affected classes/cohorts will switch to online instruction)

Jan. 29: Chief Whitecap School (one case)

Jan. 29: Georges Vanier Catholic Fine Arts School (two cases, affected classes/cohorts will switch to online instruction)

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Jan. 28: St. Bernard School (three cases, affected classes switch to online instruction)

Jan. 27: St. Thérèse of Lisieux Catholic School (one case, affected class moves to online instruction)

Jan. 27: Caswell Community School (two cases)

Jan. 26: St. Joseph High School (four cases, affected cohorts move to online instruction)

SpiritwoodNEW Feb 8: Hartley Clark Elementary School (one case)

Feb. 8: Spiritwood High School (two cases)

Feb. 6: Rivier Elementary School (one case)

TurtlefordFeb. 7: Turtleford School (three cases)

WarmanJan. 27: Warman High School (two cases)

WeyburnFeb. 7: Weyburn Comprehensive School (two cases)

Feb. 7: Haig Elementary Schoo (two cases)

Yellow GrassFeb. 7: Yellow Grass School (one case)

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YorktonFeb. 6: St. Alphonsus School (one case)

Feb. 5: Yorkton Regional High School (one case)

This list will continue to be updated as more exposures are announced.

Questions about COVID-19? Here are some things you need to know:

Symptoms can include fever, cough and difficulty breathing — very similar to a cold or flu. Some people can develop a more severe illness. People most at risk of this include older adults and people with severe chronic medical conditions like heart, lung or kidney disease. If you develop symptoms, contact public health authorities.

To prevent the virus from spreading, experts recommend frequent handwashing and coughing into your sleeve. They also recommend minimizing contact with others, staying home as much as possible and maintaining a distance of two metres from other people if you go out. In situations where you can’t keep a safe distance from others, public health officials recommend the use of a non-medical face mask or covering to prevent spreading the respiratory droplets that can carry the virus. In some provinces and municipalities across the country, masks or face coverings are now mandatory in indoor public spaces.

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