THE Isle of Anglesey County Council has announced that cases of Coronavirus have been confirmed at Ysgol Gymraeg Morswyn, Holyhead.

Parents and staff were informed yesterday (Tuesday, November 24) and issued with guidance provided by Public Health Wales.

The school remains open for unaffected classes.

NHS Wales Test, Trace, Protect has been informed of the confirmed case and relevant pupils and staff have been told to self-isolate for 14 days; and remain alert for any symptoms of the virus.

Anglesey residents can book a test by phoning 119 or through the online portal: before visiting the Coronavirus Testing Centre currently located at the Stanley Crescent car park on Victoria Road, Holyhead (which is open 09.30 – 16.30 throughout the week and can be accessed via car or walk-in).

Anglesey’s Chief Executive, Annwen Morgan, said, “We are continuing to work closely with the school and supporting staff during this difficult time.

“Our main concern remains the wellbeing of pupils, staff and wider community. We will continue to monitor the situation at Ysgol Gymraeg Morswyn to see whether any further action is needed.”

She added, “The Coronavirus testing centre is available in Holyhead and I would urge anyone showing symptoms on Anglesey to arrange a test as soon as possible. If you do go for a test, it’s vital that everyone in your household self-isolates immediately until you get your result.”

Information provided to parents and staff has been issued under the instruction of: Test Trace and Protect regional hub on behalf of Public Health Wales Health Protection Team.