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Isolating student numbers continue to rise

Isolating student numbers continue to rise

Tuesday 01 December 2020

Isolating student numbers continue to rise


Students from two secondary school year groups and two primary school class bubbles have been asked to remain home tomorrow after new positive cases were identified.

A JCG Prep class bubble was sent home today after a pupil tested positive.

Year 9 in Le Rocquier was also sent home after a student was confirmed as having the virus. 

Since the confirmation of those cases earlier today, a De La Salle primary school pupil has since tested positive. Their class bubble has been asked to stay home tomorrow to allow the track and trace process to take place.

A year group from Haute Vallée has also been asked to remain home tomorrow for track and trace purposes due to a student testing positive.

Government officials said Le Rocquier, De La Salle and Haute Vallée are being deep-cleaned but will remain open following advice from Environmental and Public Health.

All students that have tested positive are currently isolating with their households in line with public health guidance. 

The Government declined to share any further information about the students to protect their privacy.

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