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Cases of covid-19 fall in Fenland - but there's a slight rise in number of schools affected




The number of schools in Fenland affected by covid-19 is up slightly on last week but the total number across the county has fallen.

Latest figures released by Cambridgeshire County Council today (Tuesday) showed six Fenland schools have had a confirmed case in the week beginning November 23 - up one from the previous week.
However, there were 86 schools out of the county's 335 that had outbreaks of the virus in the same week - that's 14 lower than the previous week.

Latest figures show the number of coronavirus cases in Fenland has fallen, but the number of schools affected has risen slightly.
Latest figures show the number of coronavirus cases in Fenland has fallen, but the number of schools affected has risen slightly.

The number of staff and pupils self-isolating had also fallen from 182 staff and 1,526 pupils to 151 and 1,417 respectively in Cambridgeshire. In Peterborough the figures were 94 and 1,245.



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