March 12, 2020, 9:48 PM
Centre Point School, Dabha

Panic-struck parents rushed to Centre Point School, Amravati Road, Bypass at Dabha, after a student’s father tested positive for Coronavirus in Nagpur. The parents on Thursday started taking back their children from the school back home fearing the spread of Coronavirus. However, a statement was released by Centre Point School saying all necessary precautions to disinfect the school were taken.

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Read the statement below:

"Dear Parents,

As many of you are already aware, the first coronavirus case of Nagpur happens to be a parent of a child at CPS Amravati Road Bypass, Dabha.

We would like to inform you that the child has not been coming to school and she and her family have been quarantined and are being tested by the authorities.

Meanwhile, the school has taken all necessary precautions to disinfect the campus. We are in constant touch with the local authorities and they believe there is no reason to close school yet. We seek your cooperation and urge you not to create panic in this situation. However, if your child displays symptoms of cold, cough or congestion, we ask that you keep them at home for their own safety. We will keep you updated with any developments, as needed."
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