A class has been sent home from a Dublin school after a positive Covid-19 case

News just came out that a class from a primary school in Dublin had to be sent home due to one of the students testing positive for Covid-19.

The school's principal spoke to Claire Byrne on RTÉ's Today radio show, confirming the situation, that they have had a student that tested positive for the coronavirus. He went on to explain how the class had to be sent home as a precautionary measure, based on public health advice.

Even though the school in question returned from their summer holidays last Wednesday, August 26, the principal confirmed that the student didn't contract Covid-19 through transmission in the school. 

More details to follow.



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