Covid-19: Investigation underway after year group at Tany’s Dell Primary required to isolate
Education / Tue 15th Jun 2021 at 04:12pm
AN INVESTIGATION has begun after a year group at a Harlow primary school has been told to isolate due to Covid-19 concerns.
Parents of children at Tany’s Dell Primary School were informed on Saturday night (June 12th) that an individual had produced a “positive PCR test”.
The year group at the Mowbray Road school is now at home and not due to return until Tuesday June 22nd.
On what could be a totally unconnected matter, parents have expressed concerns that a Tany’s Dell parent travelled overseas last week for a short break, returning at the weekend.
UK travellers returning from that place are required to quarantine for ten days as it is on the “Amber List”.
Social media reports suggest that the parent and children were out and about in Harlow over the weekend.
A spokesperson for Essex County Council said: “Essex County Council is aware of the situation at Tany’s Dell Primary School and is working with the school.
“Essex and Southend Contact Tracing Service is also aware of and investigating the situation.”
YH understands that Stansted Airport has also been contacted.
Is this the result of the ‘free spirit’ living right on top of the school?
The parent has a child in the year group that is isolating, very coincidental.
The anti-vaxxer who has been attending rallies, handing out flyers and putting up stickers.
Would it be vindictive to ask for the culprit to be named and shamed?
Shouldn’t this parent be fined?
Definitely needs a large fine at the very very least. She is breaking the law and could be responsible for severe illness and death.
It’s Gemma Nutkins
Does doxxing someone make you feel better? Are you safer now? Clamouring for fines & punishment without knowing the facts. I think the more libellous comments should be removed lest the commenter find themselves on the end of a court case https://www.allaboutlaw.co.uk/commercial-awareness/legal-spotlight/libel-law-past-present-and-future-