Greenbank State School principal Jeff Jones writes to parents after COVID-19 case visited hall on Sunday, July 26

Case at the hall: A person with COVID-19 visited Greenbank State School on Sunday, prompting a letter to parents.
Case at the hall: A person with COVID-19 visited Greenbank State School on Sunday, prompting a letter to parents.

Another Logan school has been caught up in the COVID-19 outbreak in the city.

A person with the virus visited Greenbank State School on Sunday.

A letter to parents said the person went to the school hall when there were no staff or students in the building.

The letter, written by principal Jeff Jones, said government advice was that it was safe for the kids to be at school.

"The Metro South Public Health Unit has assessed the risks to the school community and it is safe for students to attend the school," the letter reads.

"Our school has been taking all appropriate precautions regarding health and hygiene and we will continue to do so.

"As part of COVID safe operations at our school, we carefully clean all locations hired by external groups after their event.

"Accordingly, the school was thoroughly cleaned early on Monday morning before any use by students and staff."

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