Updated: Dec 20, 2021
Let’s STAY SAFE this HOLIDAY SEASON: info regarding travel, hosting & visiting loved ones…
As we enter the winter break, families are reminded to continue following health and safety measures to ensure students and staff can safely return to school in January 2022.
During the holidays, it is important for everyone to adhere to the public health measures in your communities when connecting with one another.
By following public health advice, everyone can enjoy a safe and fun holiday season. You can check the government’s holiday webpage for more direct and up-to-date guidance on how individuals and families can plan for a safe holiday season, including suggestions for safer holiday activities for children and families. Also safety regarding hosting parties, overnight stays when visiting loved ones and both domestic and international travel.
Mandatory Requirements for unvaccinated children 12 years and under, TRAVELLING
Holidays: Overnight stays, Domestic & International Travel
Travellers should stay informed about the COVID-19 situation at their destination and follow all local COVID-19 restrictions
If any traveller is symptomatic upon return, even with mild symptoms, they should get tested and stay at home
Domestic and international travel
Individuals who decide to travel internationally must follow all rules and regulations outlined by the federal government.
Ensure you adhere to provincial restrictions on organized public events and social gatherings (local restrictions may also apply)
Consider whether you, someone you live with or anyone you plan to visit, is at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19. This can determine whether to stay overnight in the same residence or to stay elsewhere
Consider and prepare for what you will do if you or someone else becomes ill during the visit, even with mild symptoms, including creating plans for self-isolation, health care and travel home