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Cases Of The Indian Variant Have Been Discovered At A Newport College, Covid-19.

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At a school in Shropshire, five cases of the Indian Covid-19 variant have been reported.

Following the cases at Burton Borough School, families of school-age children in Newport are being advised to get a Covid-19 exam as soon as possible.

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Many of the cases found at the school are self-isolating, and Telford & Wrekin Council has been collaborating with Public Health England (PHE) to locate contacts of those infected and ask them to self-isolate as well. All secondary-age students in Newport, as well as teaching staff and their extended families and support bubbles from Burton Borough School, Haberdashers’ Adams Grammar School, and Newport Girls’ High School Academy, are being urged to take a Covid test as soon as possible.

They are being asked to do so even if they are asymptomatic and if the adults in their families have been vaccinated.

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All secondary-age students in Newport, as well as teaching staff and their extended families and support bubbles from Burton Borough School, Haberdashers’ Adams Grammar School, and Newport Girls’ High School Academy, are being urged to take a Covid test as soon as possible.

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Two confirmed cases in the Shropshire Council area have been linked to clusters of cases outside the county. Individuals and their contacts have been isolating themselves.

The Indian variant, according to the government, “could pose a threat” to the process of determining whether all remaining lockdown restrictions could be lifted on June 21.

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