26 pupils at Åskollen school in Drammen have been quarantined after a pair of siblings at the school has been found infected by the coronavirus, reports Drammen municipality.
However, according to chief district medic John David Johannessen, there is no reason to believe that the two siblings have been infected at school.
26 fellow pupils in the classes of the two, along with two teachers are considered as close contacts and are thus quarantined for 10 days.
In addition, an employee at the Fjell bo- og servicesenter in Drammen has been diagnosed with corona infection. This has resulted in 25 residents and three other employees being quarantined.
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