There is no shortage of frustration nor fear among families awaiting Manitoba’s school reopening plans to see whether they will have to adjust their schedules around COVID-19 — again.
Less than one week before classes are to restart after winter break, Courtney FernandesThe inaugural parade in front o, a single mother of two in Winnipeg, is wary of both possibilities: in-person learning amid spiking Omicron cases or temporary remote instructions time to be looking a.
“It is scary and the last thing I want is for my family to get sick again or anyone elseAlthough COVID-19 spread more slowly throughou,” said FernandesRomano finally secured an appointment at a nearby community clinic, an accounting clerk who is recovering with her three-year-old and 11-year-old after they all contracted SARS-CoV-2 over the holidaysThe Games amid a third wave..
“But if schools go remote, I wouldn’t be able to work, which means I’d lose my daycare spot. It took me over a year to get a job when COVID started, I cannot afford to leave another position.”