Find out about potential exposures to COVID-19 within Surrey's civic facilities. 

The City of Surrey posts exposures to COVID-19 within civic facilities. This information is being provided to ensure transparency and so that residents may take appropriate and timely action if necessary. Learn how we are mitigating risk of transmission at all civic facilities. 

At anytime, if you develop symptoms of COVID-19, please call 8-1-1 to find a testing location near you and then self-isolate. 

Fraser Health will contact you directly if you have tested positive or have been in close contact with a confirmed case and provide you with further instructions. No action is required unless you are contacted by Fraser Health. If you have not received a call from Fraser Health, the risk of developing COVID-19 is low. If you have no symptoms, you may continue to visit civic facilities. If you have any questions or symptoms, please contact your health provider or 8-1-1. 

The table below provides information relating to exposure events at City of Surrey Facilities.

Exposure Events at Civic Facilities

Unless you are contacted by Fraser Health, no action is required.

Facility

Exposure Event

Date(s)

None to report

 

 

 

Please check back for updates. Notifications are removed after the 14-day incubation period has passed from date of exposure and the risk of transmission has passed.  

Definitions 

Case: A single person with lab-confirmed COVID-19 infection.

Exposure: A single person with lab-confirmed COVID-19 infection who visited a civic facility during their infectious period. 

Contact: Person(s) identified by a public health nurse who have spent time with confirmed “case”. 

Cluster: Two or more individuals with lab-confirmed COVID-19 infection who visited a civic facility during their infectious period. The cases may be linked.  

Outbreak: Multiple individuals with lab-confirmed COVID-19 infection when transmission is likely widespread within civic facilities. 

In all of these cases, Fraser Health will investigate, interview the case(s) and conduct contact tracing.  

Contact

If you have any questions or require more information, please contact COVID-19@surrey.ca.