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Posted in Maple Bear Global on Tuesday, March 17th, 2020

The COVID-19 situation is changing rapidly around the globe and at Maple Bear Global Schools we are closely monitoring all government regulations for the countries in which we operate. We will continue to communicate in a timely manner with our school communities any updates as they occur. Please refer to our webpage outlining our Maple Bear Global Schools Illness Guidelines.

The safety of our Maple Bear students and the cleanliness of our facilities has always been our top priority, and we are now taking extra precautions to ensure the schools are clean and safe, such as increased facility and equipment sterilization, modelling proper handwashing techniques with the children in our care, and wearing gloves for critical tasks such as food delivery.  We will continue to support our Maple Bear families and our community by providing high quality education and safe care in our schools.

During this challenging and unsettling time, we are sympathetic to those suffering from the consequences of this virus and very supportive of the healthcare professionals who are working hard to treat those infected and prevent further infections.
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