Covid-19: Year Two pupil at SJKC Tun Tan Cheng Lock tests positive, classmates on six-day quarantine

PETALING JAYA: A Year Two pupil at SJKC Tun Tan Cheng Lock, which is one of the schools that make up Sekolah Wawasan Subang Jaya, has tested positive for Covid-19 on Monday (May 3).

In a circular issued on Monday, the school’s administrators said a pupil from Year Two had tested positive on Monday (May 3) but was absent from school since April 28.

All pupils in the same class as the Year Two pupil will be placed on a six-day quarantine period from May 4 until May 9.

"Pupils from the said class will conduct learning via home-based learning and teaching (PdPR), according to the school's schedule," the circular read.

The school also advised parents and students to abide by the standard operating procedures (SOPs) to curb Covid-19, saying that the school must be immediately notified of any positive Covid-19 cases.

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