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B.C. education minister looks to fill ‘gaps’ in COVID-19 school safety plans

[ Sign up for our Health IQ newsletter for the latest coronavirus updates ]“Rapid response teams are a critically important addition to the health and safety measures that are keeping schools safe for students and staff,” Whiteside said.“As the pandemic evolves, these teams will help us respond quickly and adapt, where necessary, to ensure best practices are being consistently applied throughout the education sector.”The teams are funded by money from the federal government as part of its Safe Return to Class Fund. The province is investing $900,000 to support one team for each B.C.

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[ Sign up for our Health IQ newsletter for the latest coronavirus updates ]“Rapid response teams are a critically important addition to the health and safety measures that are keeping schools safe for students and staff,” Whiteside said.“As the pandemic evolves, these teams will help us respond quickly and adapt, where necessary, to ensure best practices are being consistently applied throughout the education sector.”The teams are funded by money from the federal government as part of its Safe Return to Class Fund. The province is investing $900,000 to support one team for each B.C.
B.C. says all eligible adults should get first dose of COVID-19 vaccine by end of July B.C.

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