Questions Asked Over Why Children Cannot Attend Testing Centre At Offaly School

A covid outbreak was confirmed at the primary school on Tuesday.

Questions are being asked as to why children cannot attend a pop-up covid testing centre that's being set up following an outbreak at an Offaly school.

Over 20 cases were confirmed at Scoil Bhríde primary school in Edenderry on Tuesday.

A walk-in testing service is opening on the grounds of the school this Sunday.

Local Fine Gael councillor Noel Cribbin says he doesn't understand why an age restriction is in place here:


COVID: The school in Edenderry has moved to online learning.

Posted by Midlands 103 on Wednesday, 28 April 2021

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