The younger they are, they more risk there is.
for babies to be exposed in schools.
In a typical year, they would start the program in October. Richardson said they still plan to run the program but anticipate a delayed start.
The program, in its fifth year in Moose Jaw, has been running in 11 elementary schools.
“We also have a waiting list of families ready to come with their babies once the health region has declared the outbreak over,” Richardson said.