School playgrounds open to public use

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – School District 60 says the public can start to use school playgrounds.

The District says after consultation with the local Northern Health Officier, the District can allow residents to use school playgrounds.

Residents are reminded the playgrounds should be used at your own risk. Playgrounds will not be cleaned, and everyone should follow social distancing recommendations at all times.

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