Pupils and staff at a primary school in Denbighshire are isolating after a positive coronavirus case.
A statement on behalf of the school shared on social media said: “For your information 23 pupils and four members of staff at Ysgol Christchurch, Rhyl will be required to self-isolate until 22nd March following a confirmed Covid-19 case associated with the school.
“All parents and carers have been informed and both the local authority and the school have consulted with Public Health Wales.
“Ysgol Christchurch remains open and is working closely with Public Health Wales, the local authority and NHS Wales Test, Trace and Protect to ensure that all the appropriate measures are in place to protect students, staff and the wider community.”
Last week, more than 50 pupils and staff were told to self-isolate after positive coronavirus cases were confirmed at two schools.
Twenty three pupils and three staff members at St Brigid’s School and 24 pupils and three staff members at Ysgol Llywelyn have been asked to self isolate until March 20.
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Currently only the youngest primary school pupils have returned to the classroom, however from Monday, all primary school pupils are set to be back in school.
All pupils are set to return to school on a full-time basis after the Easter holidays.
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