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More than 100 pupils test positive for COVID-19 in Eastern Cape school

23 June 2020 10:48 AM
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Almost 200 schools have had to be shut down again after infections were detected since schools reopened earlier this month.

The Eastern Cape Health Department says more than 100 pupils have tested positive for the novel coronavirus at a Mount Frere school.

The department's Sizwe Kupelo told EWN that the department intends to rescue those who have not tested positive and will do the risk analysis and look at their contacts.

RELATED: Gauteng recoveries reach 5,620 as COVID-19 infections surpass 100,000 nationally

Almost 200 schools have had to be shut down again after infections were detected since schools reopened earlier this month.


23 June 2020 10:48 AM
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Eastern Cape
Schools
COVID19

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