Brampton elementary school closed due to COVID-19 outbreak
An elementary school in Brampton has been forced to close due to an outbreak of COVID-19.
According to the Peel District School Board, Lorenville Public School has been closed as a result of nine active cases of the virus associated with the school.
The school currently has five classrooms that are closed, and parents of children who were in affected classrooms will be notified as to when their children can return to school.
There is currently no potential date for when the school will reopen.
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