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COVID-19 Screening for Students and Children

Students and children must screen for COVID-19 every day before going to school or child care. Parents/guardians can fill this out on behalf of a child.

    Results of screening questions

    If you answered “YES” to any of the symptoms included under question 1, do not go to school or child care.

    • The student/child must isolate (stay home) and not leave except to get tested or for a medical emergency.
    • Talk with a doctor/health care provider to get advice or an assessment, including if the student/child needs a COVID-19 test.
      • Siblings or other people in your household must stay at home until the student/child showing symptoms tests negative, or is cleared by your public health unit, or is diagnosed with another illness. Household members who are fully vaccinated or previously positive for COVID-19 in the last 90 days and have since been cleared are not required to stay home.
    • Contact your school/child care provider to let them know about this result.

    If you answered “YES” to question 3, do not go to school or child care.

    • The student/child must isolate (stay home) and not leave except to get tested or for a medical emergency.
    • The student/child can return to school or child care after the individual with symptoms tests negative, is cleared by your local public health unit, or is diagnosed with another illness.
    • Contact your school/child care provider to let them know about this result.

    If you answered “YES” to question 4, do not go to school or child care.

    • The student/child must isolate (stay home) for 10 days and not leave except to get tested or for a medical emergency.
    • Follow the advice of your local public health unit or a health care provider, including which symptoms to monitor for and when to get a COVID-19 PCR test. Please note that rapid antigen testing is not to be used for contacts of known COVID-19 cases.
    • The student/child can only return to school/child care after 10 days, even if they get a negative test result, as long as they do not develop any symptoms.
      • Siblings and other people in your household can go to school, child care or work, but must not leave the home for other non-essential reasons. Household members who are fully vaccinated or previously positive for COVID-19 in the last 90 days and have since been cleared are not required to stay home.
    • If the student/child develops any of the symptoms listed above or tests positive, contact your local public health unit or doctor/health care provider for more advice.
    • Contact your school/child care provider to let them know about this result.

    If you answered “YES” to question 5, do not go to school or child care.

    • The student/child must isolate (stay home) and not leave except to get tested or for a medical emergency.
    • Visit an assessment centre to get them a COVID-19 test.
      • If they test negative on a PCR test (they do not have the virus), they can return to school/child care.
      • If they test positive on a PCR test (they have the virus), they need to continue isolating and can return only after they are cleared by your local public health unit.
    • If they develop symptoms, contact your local public health unit or doctor/health care provider for more advice.
      • Siblings or other people in your household can go to school, child care or work, but must not leave the home for other, non-essential reasons until the individual who got the COVID alert tests negative on a PCR test, or is cleared by your local public health unit. Household members who are fully vaccinated or previously positive for COVID-19 in the last 90 days and have since been cleared are not required to stay home.
    • Contact your school/child care provider to let them know about this result.

    If you answered “YES” to question 6, do not go to school or child care.

    • The student/child must follow federal guidelines for individuals who have travelled internationally, including not going to school/child care for 14 days after their arrival and getting tested as per federal requirements.
    • If the student/child has been directed to quarantine, they must stay home for 14 days and not leave except to get tested or for a medical emergency. For more information on federal requirements for travelers, please see the Government of Canada’s website.
    • If the student/child develops symptoms and/or tests positive, contact your local public health unit or doctor/health care provider for more advice.
    • Contact your school/child care provider to let them know about this result.

    If you answered “YES” to question 7, do not go to school or child care.

    • The student/child must isolate (stay home) and not leave except to get tested or for a medical emergency.
    • Follow the advice of public health. The student/child can return to school/child care after they are cleared by your local public health unit.
    • If the student/child develops symptoms, contact your local public health unit or doctor/health care provider for more advice.
      • Siblings or other people in your household must stay at home until the student/child tests negative, or is cleared by your public health unit. Household members who are fully vaccinated or previously positive for COVID-19 in the last 90 days and have since been cleared are not required to stay home.
    • Contact your school/child care provider to let them know about this result.

    If you answered “YES” to question 8, do not go to school or child care.

    • The student/child must isolate (stay home) and not leave except to get tested or for a medical emergency.
    • Visit an assessment centre to get them a COVID-19 test.
      • If they test negative on a PCR test (they do not have the virus), they can return to school/child care.
      • If they test positive on a PCR test (they have the virus), they need to continue isolating and can return only after they are cleared by your local public health unit.
    • If they develop symptoms, contact your local public health unit or doctor/health care provider for more advice.
    • Siblings or other people in your household must isolate until the individual who tested positive on the rapid antigen test or home-based self-testing kit tests negative on a PCR test or is cleared by the local public health unit. Household members who are fully vaccinated or previously positive for COVID-19 in the last 90 days and have since been cleared are not required to isolate.
    • Contact your school/child care provider to let them know about this result.

    If you answered “NO” to all questions, your child may go to school/child care. Follow your school/child care provider’s established process for letting staff know about this result.

    • As per regular protocols, all sick individuals with any symptoms of illness should stay home and seek assessment from their regular health care provider if required.
    • Individuals with severe symptoms requiring emergency care should go to their nearest emergency department.
    • If an individual develops symptoms outside of the list above, the Public Health Unit may recommend other measures including testing based on an assessment of the individual’s symptoms and exposure history.