Carmarthenshire County Council has confirmed that three individuals linked with two of their schools have tested positive for Covid-19.

In a statement the council said:

We can confirm that an individual at Burry Port Primary School has tested positive for COVID-19.

We have robust procedures in place and the Test, Trace, Protect process is being followed.

We can confirm that no pupils or members of staff at the school have been identified as having been in close contact with the individual concerned.

The school is directly in touch with parents to keep them informed.

The process of testing and contact tracing is part of the ‘new normal’ and where schools follow these guidelines carefully, there is no cause for alarm.

It is important to remember that coronavirus has not gone away. We must all remain vigilant and maintain social distancing and continue to wash our hands frequently in order to minimise the risk of transmission of the virus.

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We can confirm that two individuals at Halfway Primary School in Llanelli have tested positive for COVID-19.

We have robust procedures in place and the Test, Trace, Protect process is being followed.

We can confirm that in one of the positive cases, no pupils or members of staff at the school have been identified as having been in close contact with the individual concerned.

The school is directly in touch with parents to keep them informed.

The process of testing and contact tracing is part of the ‘new normal’ and where schools follow these guidelines carefully, there is no cause for alarm.

It is important to remember that coronavirus has not gone away. We must all remain vigilant and maintain social distancing and continue to wash our hands frequently in order to minimise the risk of transmission of the virus.

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