Public Health Information

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Public Health continues to recommend to all Nova Scotians that they make the individual choice to wear masks when in crowded, indoor places, and schools should create supportive environments for those who choose to wear a mask.

When deciding whether or not to wear a mask, students and staff will want to consider things like, size of space, number of other people, their own health and the health of others around them and their ability to wear a mask for a longer time.

Students and staff should wear a mask if they have symptoms of COVID-19 or if they’ve tested positive for COVID-19. It is a best practice to stay home if people are feeling unwell.

Public Health continues to recommend to all Nova Scotians that they make the individual choice to wear masks when in crowded, indoor places, and schools should create supportive environments for those who choose to wear a mask.

When deciding whether or not to wear a mask, students and staff will want to consider things like, size of space, number of other people, their own health and the health of others around them and their ability to wear a mask for a longer time.

Students and staff should wear a mask if they have symptoms of COVID-19 or if they’ve tested positive for COVID-19. It is a best practice to stay home if people are feeling unwell.

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