LeeHe was also involved in the La Haute-Gaspesi training centre, the Gabriel-le Courtois and de l’Anse schools, as well as the building that brought together several organizations located at 230, the Route du Parc, known by the locals as the Pavilion de la Montagne. , battling SARS. -CoV-2 outbreak. As a result, these four establishments located in Sainte-Anne-des-Monts have closed their doors for the next two weeks, unless advised otherwise by the Department of Public Health, which will result in a new assessment of the situation next week. Will happen.
“We have cases that have a lot of contact,” points out YV Bonnier-Viger, the regional director of public health. It forces us to isolate a lot of people. Unfortunately we do not succeed in identifying all the mini-outbreaks that we have. We cannot make history like Marsoi, where there have been a lot of cases, but where we manage to know who brought it and where it comes from. Whereas in these establishments, we get the impression of not being able to fully understand the course of the virus. So, we thought before losing control, it was a good idea to test all these people to see where we are, if we don’t have asymptomatic people who are moving around and who don’t know they are carriers of the virus. . “
call for screening
Gaspe’s public health department is calling for screening of people who have visited these four locations since June 4. The organization specifies that it is important to make an appointment by calling 1 877 644-4545. People with symptoms will get an appointment first. The Screening Center is located outside the Sainte-Anne-des-Monts Hospital. The Center for Integrated Health and Social Services (CISS) de la Gaspacy expects to have a screening operation in a few days.
Dr Bonnier-Viger would like to point out that the Early Childhood Center (CPE) in Sainte-Anne-des-Monts La Marie Montante is not affected by an outbreak and is therefore not targeted by the call for screening, even though its campus is in the building on 230 Inside, the Marg du Parc. “We didn’t have any [de cas de COVID-19] In the CPE, which has a dedicated door, the director of public health is designated. We will not test with children, at least not for the time being, until that is enough. “
In an email sent out at the end of the day on Friday, the Chic-Chox School Service Center specified that students at the Anse and Gabriel-le Courtois schools will receive distance learning during the period their classes are closed. . “Students and parents will be informed of the procedures to be followed over the next few days,” said Marie-Nol Dion, communications advisor for the School Service Center.
Most of the training programs at La Haute-Gaspésie Training Center have also switched to distance learning. Students continue their internships in the Health, Support and Nursing program, while contributing to the vaccination and screening efforts for COVID-19. “However, students in the plumbing and heating and electrical line assembly programs will have to wait for recommendations and authorization from the public health to continue their training at the Sainte-Anne-des-Monts training center,” says Ms. Dion.
Taking into account the epidemiological situation in Haute-Gaspes, CISS announced that visits to the Sainte-Anne-des-Monts hospital are limited to two visits by natural caregivers per day. The organization reiterates the importance for those who experience symptoms of coronavirus, go for the screening test at the earliest.