Victoria COVID case at St Patrick’s school in Murrumbeena in student closes school

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A school in Melbourne’s south east has closed after a Year 4 student tested positive to the Delta strain of COVID-19.

On Thursday, St Patrick’s School in Murrumbeena was told one of their students tested positive to the virus and have been instructed to close the school immediately.

“All year 4 students are to go directly to the Drive through the testing station at 133 Wellington Road Clayton before heading home and isolating until further notice,” a letter to parents read.

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“Other students are encouraged to be tested by it is not a requirement at this stage.”

Parents and carers have been urged to collect students as soon as possible.

“We will keep you informed with time frames and any further information as it comes to hand. School will undergo a deep clean,” the statement read.

This comes after two gyms were added to Victoria’s growing COVID-19 exposure site list.

Those included two gyms and they are both deemed to be Tier 1 with anyone who went at the same time as the case needing to test and isolate for 14 days.

These are QuickFit Health Club in Point Cook on July 13 between 9pm and 10.30pm and Persist Fitness on Riverside Avenue in Werribee on July 12, July 13 and July 14 between 9.30am and 11am.

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