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Two Cameron Heights students, one at Forest Hill test positive for COVID-19

Public Health says no high-risk contacts were identified within the schools
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Three more students in Waterloo Region have tested positive for COVID-19.

On Tuesday evening, the Waterloo Region District School Board reported two cases in students at Cameron Heights Collegiate Institute in Kitchener.

They were reportedly last at the school on September 16, and Public Health did not identify any high-risk contacts.

The WRDSB website also reported another new case in a student at Forest Hill Public School in Kitchener.

They were reportedly last in the building on September 14, and Public Health determined no other students or staff were exposed. 

Since Sunday night, nine COVID-19 cases in local public school students have been confirmed. 

You can see a full breakdown of the currently confirmed COVID-19 cases in Waterloo Region schools below.

- September 22: One student at Forest Hill Public School, Kitchener 

- September 22: Two students at Cameron Heights Collegiate Institute, Kitchener

- September 22: One student at Preston High School, Cambridge 

- September 21: One student at Forest Heights Collegiate Institute, Kitchener 

- September 21: One student at Clemens Mills Public School, Cambridge 

- September 21: One student at Williamsburg Public School, Kitchener 

- September 21: One student at Huron Heights Secondary School, Kitchener 

- September 20: One student at Riverside Public School, Elmira

- September 16: One student at St. Anne Catholic Elementary School, Cambridge 

- September 6: One staff member at Edna Staebler Public School, Waterloo 
 




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