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Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Class sent home from Dublin school after student tests positive for Covid-19

An entire class from a Dublin primary school have been sent home after a student tested positive for Covid-19.

The news was confirmed by the principle of the school on RTE’s Today with Claire Byrne.

According to the principle, the student did not contract the virus through transmission in the school.

A separate incident occurred in Armagh where a class was also sent home after a student tested positive for Covid-19.

Jonesborough Primary School principle ‘Donal Keenan’ stated that the student’s classmates may have to self-isolate for 14 days.


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