Another Queensland school has been affected by the coronavirus, having to close its after hours facility for deep cleaning.
An infected person is now believed to have visited Eden’s Landing State School on August 27.
The school has reportedly sent out a letter to parents confirming there’s no real risk to the school, so it will remain open.
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But the after hours facility will be closed for deep cleaning.
It comes as Queensland Health add a number of locations to its health alert, after the state recorded just one new case of the coronavirus yesterday.
It includes several businesses at the Logan Hyperdome, with the community urged to keep a close eye on their health.
Anyone who shows even the slightest symptom is asked to get tested immediately and isolate themselves until they get their result.
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