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Entire year at Kilmarnock school told to stay home following a spike in Covid cases

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Kilmarnock secondary school have been ordered to at home following a surge in coronavirus cases. All S2 pupils at the William McIlvanney Campus school were instructed not to come to school today after a number of positive tests were connected to the year group.A text sent to parents last night, less than 12 hours before school started, said that only pupils that received a text or a letter would have to self-isolate but the whole year would be off of school grounds as a precautionary measure.The correspondence to parents read: "Following a number of S2 cases over the weekend and a further two positive cases expected tomorrow [Monday], we are asking all S2 pupils to stay at home, at least for tomorrow, maybe longer."To be clear, it is only.

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