#PODCAST: With 16 confirmed #COVID19 cases in KZN, two Durban schools send out "precautionary letters" to parents

By Newsbreak Producer Hoosen Ebrahim - As the number of people infected with the coronavirus in KwaZulu-Natal continues to rise, two Durban schools have taken precautions while they await the results for pupils who may have contracted the virus. Orient Islamic school had issued letters to parents earlier this week saying that the learning facility had learnt that five pupils made contact with a pupil who had returned from Europe on Friday last week. The pupil was meant to be in class on Monday, but the school had asked that he only return after the minimum self-isolation period of 14 days. Orient executive headmaster Ebrahim Ansur explains the need for schools to understand where their children are travelling to - in order to safely prevent spread of the virus...