Another Langley school and grocery store have recorded COVID-19 exposure events.
On Tuesday, the local school district sent a letter to families of H.D. Stafford Middle School informing them an individual within the school community tested positive for coronavirus.
The infected individual was at the school on Feb. 16 and 17, according to the Fraser Health.
This is the second notice sent to families of the school this week.
Our District has sent home a COVID-19 notification letter to HD Stafford Middle school community today. Thank you to staff, @FraserHealth, and families for your support. Read on the school or District website here: https://t.co/JDbmbkRwrZ #MySD35Community pic.twitter.com/p9FNIoUi0m
— Langley Schools (@LangleySchools) February 24, 2021
On Monday, families were notified about an exposure event that also occurred on Feb. 17.
As of Wednesday, there were nine Langley schools on Fraser Health’s exposure list.
Meanwhile, a Langley business that has reported multiple COVID-19 exposure events this month has announced another exposure.
COVID-19 cases in our region are on the rise. Protect your loved ones and your community by using your COVID-19 sense. Learn more about the orders and recommendations: https://t.co/Pt9NQRCMFf pic.twitter.com/MISD60F6xT
— Fraser Health (@Fraserhealth) February 23, 2021
An employee at Hakam’s Your Independent Grocery (20678 Willoughby Centre Dr.) has tested positive for coronavirus, the parents company Loblaws announced on Wednesday.
The last day the individual worked at the store was Feb. 19, the company said.
Previously, Loblaws reported exposure events at this grocer on Feb. 6 where a single staff member tested positive, and then on Feb. 11 where two staff members tested positive for coronavirus.
Fraser Health does not have the site listed as a place of public exposure.