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Holy Rosary Elementary School Confirms COVID-19 Case in Seniors’ Quarter | Bendigo Advertiser


3 p.m. STAFF at Holy Rosary Elementary School have been made aware of a case of COVID-19 in the school community. In a message to parents and families, Director Paul Wilkinson reminded everyone to “be careful”. “We have been informed of a positive case of COVID-19 in the senior’s area of ​​the school,” he said. “As such, in accordance with the most recent guidelines, we have requested that all children and staff in classes 5 and 6 be tested. More news: Bathurst waves to the Bendigo motor racing team these classes must be tested and can return to school when they receive a negative PCR test. “All other classes are not considered close contact at this point. We are very fortunate that we are now able to stay open and d ” have a more targeted approach to isolation and the return to school. The emergence of a positive case reminds us of the importance of wearing masks, washing hands, using disinfectant and continue to be aware of the things that have reduced the risk of infection. younger children do too. “12:20 pm GREATER Bendigo recorded 14 new cases on Thursday, bringing the total active cases in the region to 104. There are had four new cases in the p code ostal of 3550, eight in 3551 and two in 3556. More news: La Trobe receives $ 1.8 million to continue offering Destination Australia scholarships In other parts of the state, Campaspe Shire has registered a new case , four in the Macedon Ranges and one in the Gannawarra Shire. The Buloke, Lodd sur, Mount Alexander and Central Goldfields counties have not recorded any new cases. As of November 26, the following workers (as well as volunteers and internship students) who leave home to work must prove to their employer that they are fully vaccinated: Other News: Macedon Ranges Shire Wins Premier’s Award for durability These requirements already apply to the following workers: The requirements will apply to the following workers from November 29: For more information, including a description of workers in each category, visit Information for Industry and workers who need to be vaccinated. Earlier, VICTORIA hit its 90% vaccination target for residents aged 12 and older, as the state records 1,254 more cases of COVID-19. It comes as the Grand Bendigo waits to see if his total number increases for a third day in a row. There are 310 in hospitals with COVID-19, 48 people are in intensive care and 31 are on ventilators. Five other people died. More news: The figures were released after Greater Bendigo recorded 26 cases on Tuesday. This was the largest daily jump in cases in 20 days. The last time a daily jump was higher was on November 3, when 40 cases were recorded. Yesterday, another 4,718 people received a dose of the vaccine and more than 75,000 people were tested for the virus. The Department of Health is expected to release updated figures for Greater Bendigo later today. It is not known whether the total number of cases they are treating in the region will increase again. That figure fell from a high of 250 in late October to a low of 78 on Sunday. In Canberra, the government narrowly avoided an embarrassing defeat on the floor of the House of Representatives after rogue member George Christensen broke with his colleagues against changes to the class action laws. Mr Christensen had threatened to cross the floor for his opposition to vaccination warrants and health restrictions. The government won the vote and the bill went to the Senate. Meanwhile, in Tasmania, Prime Minister Peter Gutwein said people had had enough time to get vaccinated. He announced that the state would reopen from December 15. – With the Australian Associated Press Our journalists work hard to provide local and up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content: