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Pre-school student with COVID-19 was last in school
more than 2 weeks before positive test: ECDA

 

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A child at แชร์เทคนิค เล่นสล็อตออนไลน์ pantip Bethesda (Pasir Ris) Kindergarten
who had tested positive for COVID-19 was last in school more than two weeks
before the diagnosis, said the Early Childhood Development Agency (ECDA)
on Monday (May 3).

 

The child tested positive on Apr 29 and had been under quarantine since Apr 15
after being identified as a close contact of a previous case.

 

"The child was hence last present at the pre-school more than two weeks ago
on Apr 14, 2021, before testing positive on Apr 29, 2021," said an ECDA
spokesperson.

 

"As the child has been in quarantine and away from the pre-school for more than
14 days, staff and children in the pre-school were not placed on quarantine or
leave of absence by MOH (Ministry of Health) and ECDA," said the spokesperson.

 

As a precautionary measure, the pre-school conducted thorough cleaning and
disinfection on Apr 29.

 

"ECDA is working closely with the pre-school to ensure the health and well-being
of all," the spokesperson added.

 

While ECDA did not identify the case at the pre-school, MOH's list of people
who tested positive on Apr 29 includes a four-year-old girl.

 

She was identified as a community case linked to the cluster involving the senior
research fellow at the National University of Singapore (NUS) who was confirmed
to have COVID-19 on Apr 15. 

 

There are currently five cases in this cluster, including the four-year-old,
her mother and her father, who is the NUS researcher's brother.



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