Two more schools in the eastern suburbs of Sydney were caught up in Sydney’s latest virus outbreak as school holidays began.
Four South Coogee Public School students tested positive for Covid-19, and Emanuel School Randwick students reported positive cases.
More than 500 students at South Coogee Public were asked to quarantine for two weeks after the two students returned positive swabs on Sunday.
This follows the two original cases related to Bondi clusters reported on Friday.
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A spokesman for the New South Wales Department of Education said, “The total number of students at South Coogee Public School will be four with a positive test.”
“Based on additional cases, and because there are many interactions between groups of children of different ages, NSW Health has updated its advice.
“Currently, all students are in close contact and must be tested and self-quarantined for 14 days, regardless of whether the test result is negative or not.”
“Our priority is always the safety and well-being of our staff and students.”
A spokesman said the school is working closely with NSW Health and the department.
There are also reports that students at Emanuel School Landwick tested positive after the principal sent an email alert to their parents on Sunday night.
NSW recorded 30 new cases on Sunday, the first day of the two-week city-wide blockade.
Of the 112 locally acquired cases recorded since June 16th, when drivers transporting international crew members were reported, 110 are related to Bondi clusters and two are under investigation.
One of them is a third-year student at St. Charles Catholic Elementary School in Waverly in the Bondi area.
This outbreak disrupted school vacations, given that many families were trapped during breaks.
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