A Plymouth primary school says a member of staff is waiting to be tested for coronavirus after showing 'flu-like symptoms' following a holiday to Italy.
The school is still open and says the safety of children and staff is its 'first priority'.
We can confirm that a member of staff at Stoke Damerel Primary School has self-isolated themselves after presenting with flu-like symptoms following a holiday in northern Italy over half-term. They are currently awaiting tests to determine whether they have the coronavirus.
The group from Treatharras were on a ski trip in the country and have been asked to go into self-isolation.
The school says the decision is a precautionary measure based on advice from health authorities.
There are currently 168 Britons in isolation at the H10 Costa Adeje Palace in Tenerife after an Italian doctor and his wife tested positive for the virus during their stay there.
The new cases bring the total number of people diagnosed with Covid-19 in the UK to 15. A school has closed in Buxton, Derbyshire, and a GP practice has urged people not to go to the practice on Thursday due to a confirmed case of coronavirus.
Pupils at Prince George and Princess Charlotte's school are among those to have self-isolated after returning from coronavirus-hit northern Italy.