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Queen’s College has suspended classes for two weeks after one of its auxiliary employees tested positive for COVID-19.
The secondary educational institution was opened to students from Forms Four to Six.
Reports are that parents were informed on Wednesday of the positive COVID-19 case and were asked to immediately collect their children from the institution. The school will be closed for the next 14 days to allow for sanitisation.
The worker who tested positive has since been isolated and preparations are being made for persons who were in contact with the individual to get tested.
In the meantime, parents and students are advised that the current half-day timetable via virtual classes will be used to facilitate learning.