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  •   Home > News > Health & Safety

    Two Nelson schools have reported Covid-19 cases among staff members and will be closed tomorrow

    Two Nelson schools have reported Covid-19 cases among staff members and will be closed tomorrow


    Broadgreen Intermediate says the staff member was infectious while on site last Tuesday.

    Enner Glynn School says a staff member is believed to have been infectious since Monday.

    Seido Karate Dojo in Nelson has also been closed due to close contact with a case.

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