Evaluation Tool before Increasing Bubble Sizes, and Checklist to Use for Reviewing Ongoing Compliance with Alert Level 3 Requirements

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At Alert Level 3, Step 2 centres are permitted to double bubbles from 10 to 20 children. But before doing so, centres must undertake a proper evaluation of capacity and safety.  A copy of your evaluation, dated and showing who […]

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