Yukon is reporting 12 new cases of COVID-19 across the territory since Friday. Sept. 17.
The number of active cases across the territory now stands at 30.
Of the 12 new cases, eight are in rural communities, three are from out-of-territory residents who were diagnosed in Yukon and one is in Whitehorse.
Dr. Catherine Elliott,Yukon’s acting chief medical officer of health, also declared a COVID-19 outbreak in the Grade 4 class at Johnson Elementary School in Watson Lake.
In a Monday night news release, the Yukon government said there are three cases related to the outbreak.
“It is most likely that these cases caught COVID-19 within their
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