The Thames Valley District Schools Board says two locals schools are dealing with recent COVID-19 cases that involve variants of concern.
Officials say previously reported cases at Sir Arthur Currie Public School and Strathroy District Collegiate Institute involve COVID-19 variants.
Meanwhile, the schoolboard says an active case of the the virus has also been identified at Ekcoe Central Public School.
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Officials say impacted staff and students will continue their self-isolation, and that no new health and safety measures have been requested by public health.
The schools remain open at this time.