CBC- Quebec schools have been open for more than a week, and 46 out of 3,100 in the province have at least one case of COVID-19, according to government figures released Friday.

“I think we can say that it went well for the first week, but we aren’t going to lower our guard, that’s for sure,” Quebec Health Minister Christian Dubé said.

In most of the 46 cases, the staff or student was infected outside of school, he said. He would not specify how many cases there were in each school but said none had turned into outbreaks, with widespread transmission within a school.

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