A school in Croxley has confirmed that a number of pupils were told to self-isolate this half term holiday due to a spike in COVID-19 cases in the area.
Little Green Junior School released a statement where it confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 were identified at the school.
Many parents of the affected groups also tested positive.
A statement released by the school on May 28 read: “I am sad to report that we have had a small outbreak of COVID-19 in the school.
“While things are improving, covid still remains in the population; that we all need to remain vigilant and continue the covid secure measures; and that the isolation requirements have not been changed.
“I sympathise with any child or adult who is forced to isolate over the half term period and thank you for supporting your community.”
Hertfordshire County Council took to twitter and issued a COVID-19 warning in Three Rivers.
The tweet read: “Case rates are rising in the Three Rivers area. Play your part and take extra care. If you’re meeting family & friends this weekend – enjoy the nice weather and meet outdoors where you can. Remember ‘hands, face, space & fresh air’.”
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