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Home Health News COVID-19 diagnosis shuts Sydney school – Australian Associated Press

COVID-19 diagnosis shuts Sydney school – Australian Associated Press


Another independent Catholic school in Sydney has been closed after a student tested positive to COVID-19.

St Vincent’s College in Potts Point will be closed on Friday for cleaning and to allow health authorities to contact trace after a student on Thursday tested positive to coronavirus.

It’s the third independent Catholic school to shut after being exposed to the virus with Our Lady of Mercy College in Parramatta closed until August 24 after three cases…



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