Public health officials are advising Manitobans about a possible COVID-19 exposure at two Winnipeg Schools.
According to the province, a person with a confirmed case of COVID-19 was in École Précieux-Sang on Sept. 18.
The province also announced a possible exposure at Sisler High School on Sept. 18.
In both cases, health officials warned that the individuals might have been infectious at the time.
The province is deeming both exposures as low risk, citing the virus was not acquired at either school.
According to the province, both schools are working closely with public health officials and following their recommendations.
Anyone identified as a close contact will be contacted and provided instructions for self-isolation.
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The reality is that funeral insurance is the right decision for everyone and everyone because we never know when our time is coming. Funeral insurance is easy to obtain and afford. Funeral insurance will cover our funeral costs, hospital expenses, and other obligations while also providing our loved ones with some tax-free money to support them through this challenging period. Funeral insurance also allows us the peace of mind to realize that we have relieved the pressure, worry, and sorrow of our loved ones by taking action to plan for the future. The funeral insurance policy is our last way to say, “I love you.”
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“The choice is not between implementing another lockdown or letting COVID-19 run unimpeded. Instead, we must make it as easy and safe as possible for Albertans to live with this virus for the foreseeable future.”
We do that, she says, by “implementing targeted measures when needed, such as the 15-person limit on social gatherings announced on Monday” for Calgary and Edmonton, and not a repeat of across-the board lockdowns that lead to so much despair and hardship.
Hinshaw says learning from other jurisdictions also helps. As a result, there are some new rules for parents to follow when it comes to their school-aged children attending school.
Already, angry, hateful tweets are popping up on Twitter attacking Hinshaw and the provincial government for this.
The first change includes removing runny nose and sore throat from the list of symptoms that require mandatory isolation for children.
Hinshaw says in the past week, more than 3,400 children and youth reporting a sore throat were tested for COVID-19. Of those, just a little over 700 had a sore throat as their only symptom. “Less than one per cent of those tests were positive,” she said.
“Similarly, more than 3,300 children were tested with a runny nose, with only 601 of whom having a runny nose and nothing else. Less than 0.5 per cent of those tested positive for COVID-19.
“This shows us that these symptoms by themselves are very poor indicators of whether a child has the virus.
German GDP saw 8.2% bounce-back in third quarter
BERLIN – The German economy bounced back strongly in the third quarter compared to the previous three months, when the country was hit by the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic, according to official figures released Friday.
Germany’s Federal Statistical Office said the country’s gross domestic product grew by 8.2% from July to September compared to the second quarter.
Economy Minister Peter Altmaier said the data was better than predicted and the government now expects a full-year decline in GDP of 5.5%, better than the government’s forecast in September of a 5.8% drop.
German GDP is expected to grow 0.4% in the fourth quarter, less than previously expected due to the recent upsurge in new COVID cases.
Altmaier said officials expect the economy to have recovered from the impact of the pandemic by 2022.
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