Liverpool City Council confirmed that Garston Church of England Primary, Wavertree’s Mosspits Lane Primary and St. Michael’s Catholic Primary on the West Derby Road had to send home blisters from students after positive tests.
Three other Liverpool elementary school had to send children home after positive coronavirus cases in their communities.
A number of urban elementary schools have had to send children home after positive tests.
“I would like to take the time to assure you that since we have received this information, we have taken all necessary measures to keep the children at our school as safe as possible. The children and staff in the bladder now isolate themselves for 14 days and the school has been cleaned accordingly.
Letters sent to parents in both Garston and Mosspits seen by ECHO say “We have been informed by Public Health England that there is a confirmed case of COVID-19 in our school community.
It is believed that grade 4 pupils in St. Michael’s are affected, but no further details are known about the other two schools or how many pupils are affected in total.
As more and more students are forced to isolate themselves throughout the region, coronavirus rates continue to rise and thousands of students are now at home.
The letter also contains information about the symptoms of coronavirus that should be watched for and measures that can be taken to stop its spread.
Delays in reporting test results mean that the rate of COVID-19 per 100,000 has skyrocketed in almost all districts.
In our urban area, as well as in nearby Warrington and other areas of the country, restrictions on how other households can be treated continue.
In Liverpool the current rate is now 413 per 100,000, while in Knowsley it is 682.