Karratha Senior High School has become the latest school in the North West to be hit by COVID-19. In a letter addressed to parents, carers and staff, the school revealed there had been a positive case “associated” with the school but determined there were no school-based close contacts of the case. No students or other staff are required to quarantine at this time and are advised to attend school. The letter advised families to monitor for symptoms and if symptoms develop, to get tested and isolate until they receive a negative result. “If you or your child develop symptoms, please do not attend school,” the letter read. The school remains open.