Five or more required to isolate after coming into contact with a Covid case at nine Fife schools

Five or more people at a number of Fife schools have been required to isolate after coming into contact with a positive case of Coronavirus.

Monday, 29th March 2021, 4:48 pm

In an update given today by Fife Health Board, it confirmed that in the week beginning March 22, five or more individuals at nine Fife schools, including two in Kirkcaldy, were required to self-isolate.

The schools are: Aberdour Primary School, Aberhill Primary School in Methil, Halbeath Nursery in Dunfermline, Kings Road Primary School in Rosyth, Levenmouth Academy, Lochgelly South Primary School, Pathhead Primary School in Kirkcaldy, St Andrew’s RC High School in Kirkcaldy and St Columba’s RC High School in Dunfermline

The move comes after NHS Fife revealed 19 people associated with Kirkcaldy West Primary School tested positive for Covid-19 in the week beginning March 15.

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Five or more individuals at nine Fife schools, including Pathhead Primary, were required to isolate after contact with a positive case.

On its website NHS Fife outlines that anyone with the well-established symptoms of Covid-19 should immediately self-isolate and order a test on the NHS inform website or by calling 0800 028 2816.

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