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201113 | Three positive cases of Covid-19 confirmed at Bodriggy Academy primary school in Hayle, number of pupils & teachers

Three positive cases of Covid-19 confirmed at Bodriggy Academy primary school in Hayle

A number of pupils and teachers have been told to stay at home and self isolate

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Three positive cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed at a primary school in Cornwall.

A number of pupils and teachers at Bodriggy Academy in Hayle have been told to stay at home and self isolate.

A statement from Bodriggy Academy sent to CornwallLive said: "Bodriggy Academy can advise that due to three confirmed cases of Covid-19 within the school a number of pupils and teachers in the affected bubbles have been sent home in accordance with guidance received from Public Health England.

"The school is working with the support of Truro and Penwith Academy Trust, Governors, Public Health and the Department of Education to minimise the risk of transmission.

"The school has adopted a range of preventative measures since re-opening in September and these measures have been robustly and consistently implemented.



"The school's adapted routines and management protocols are fully compliant with government guidance and the safety of students, families and the community is a key priority for the school.

"The school team are very grateful to parents and the community for their support."