Poll: Should Fraser Health be more transparent?

The health authority will not identify the district where contacts of a Covid-19 patient attended

Fraser Health has sent letters to every school district in its region warning about a possible contact between one of B.C.’s most recent confirmed cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus and local schools.

“Contacts” of the patient, who is recovering at home, may have attended schools, but there is not thought to be a significant danger of infection.

But Fraser Health is not releasing which school district, or districts, might be affected. Fraser Health’s authority runs from Burnaby through to Hope.

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