Coronavirus COVID-19 (Updated August 26, 2020)

Stage 2 Restart Health and Safety Protocols – August 25, 2020

Stage 2 Letter to parents from the Superintendent of Schools CISKD – August 25, 2020

BC’s Back to School Plan

CISKD has a Continuity of Learning page, it will be regularly updated with information as it becomes available.

Outgoing letter to parents from Minister of Education Rob Fleming and Andrea Sinclair, President of BC Confederation of Parent Advisory Councils

Letter to parents from Minister of Education Rob Fleming and Andrea Sinclair, President of BC Confederation of Parent Advisory Councils (May 28, 2020)

Frequently asked questions on continuity of learning from the Ministry of Education.

Statement from Bishop Joseph Nguyen – March 18, 2020
Statement from Bishop Joseph Nguyen on Coronavirus (COVID-19) – March 17, 2020 – on the Roman Catholic Diocese of Kamloops website.

 

According to Health Canada, “COVID-19 is a serious health threat, and the situation is evolving daily. The risk will vary between and within communities, but given the increasing number of cases in Canada, the risk to Canadians is considered high.”

BC Government central information site : regularly updated with comprehensive information.

List of essential service providers.

 

 

For the most up to date information please visit :

BC Government COVID-19 Provincial Support and Information

Health Link BC Coronavirus Information

The BC Centre for Disease Control Coronavirus Information

BC Health Ministry Press Releases

BC Pandemic Preparedness

Health Canada Coronavirus Information

World Health Organization Coronavirus Information

Interior Health Latest News

Northern Health

 

Travellers

The BC Centre for Disease Control asks that:

It is mandatory that anyone arriving in British Columbia from outside of Canada self-isolate and monitor for symptoms for 14 days upon their arrival. If any symptoms arise, connect with a primary care provider, local public health office or call 8-1-1.”

An official global travel advisory is in effect: Avoid non-essential travel outside Canada until further notice.

Please visit Health Canada for the most up to date travel information.

What should we do

According to the Provincial Health Officer, these are the recommended actions for British Columbians:

  • Cleaning your hands regularly
  • Stay at home if possible
  • Practice Physical Distancing
  • Avoiding touching your face
  • Coughing or sneezing into your elbow sleeve
  • Disposing of tissues appropriately
  • Staying home and away from others if you are sick. Anyone who is concerned they may have been exposed to, or are experiencing symptoms of, COVID-19 should contact their primary care provider, local public health office, or call 811. Translation services for 811 is available in 130 plus languages.