Thursday, 3 February 2022

 

Special Update – February 1, 2022

FOR INFO, SUPERINTENDENTS AND SECRETARY-TREASURERS – COVID-19 Rapid Antigen At-Home Test Kits for Students: As referenced last week, we are providing more detailed information on the phased distribution of rapid antigen at-home tests for symptomatic students. These tests will offer districts and schools an important additional tool to support the continuity of learning of students.

 

  • Details for school districts/schools on the rollout of this program, including which districts are included in the Phase 1 distribution, can be found in this information document.

 

 

  • Additional details on the rollout of at-home rapid antigen tests for students are included in today’s news release.

 

On a related note, all shipments of rapid test kits for school district and independent school staff will be completed by tomorrow, Wednesday February 2.

 

Please contact educ.covid@gov.bc.ca with any questions.

Christina Zacharuk
Deputy Minister

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