Quebec Premier Francois Legault urged Quebecers to be vigilant after the recent uptick in COVID 19 infections. He said there was no single cause of the increase in daily cases.
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Richard Masse of Quebec's public health department said his office will begin to receive a daily update on the COVID 19 situation in schools beginning Tuesday. "We're investigating every case, every outbreak, and we intervene in the first 24 hours," Masse said.
The school board added that most Grade 10 and 11 Polyvalente Deux Montagnes students who were sent home last week after the teachers tested positive were back in school Monday.