A school in Derbyshire has closed after alerting parents to a “confirmed case of coronavirus amongst our parent population”.
Burbage Primary School, in Buxton, announced on Wednesday night that the closure was a precautionary measure to allow a deep clean to be completed.
A medical centre less than a mile from the school has also closed due to a “confirmed case of coronavirus”.
It is understood it is one of two new cases announced by the government.
BBC health editor Hugh Pym said the person involved was thought to have picked up the virus in Tenerife.
BBC Radio Derby reporter Matt Barlow, who has a son at the school, said: “I’m pleased they’ve taken this precaution and let parents know.”
Buxton Medical Practice has also closed and its answerphone message currently says: “We have a confirmed case of the coronavirus.
“We are liaising with Public Health England and the CCG to ensure all appropriate actions are taken. Please do not come to the practice.”
Derbyshire County Council said it was “seeking confirmation from Public Health England”.
“We will release further information as soon as possible,” a spokesman said.
The school, which has about 350 pupils, said it would provide a further update later.
More than 7,000 people have been tested for coronavirus in the UK since the outbreak began to spread beyond China in January, with 15 cases confirmed positive.
The two latest positive tests were confirmed by England’s chief medical officer earlier.
The two people have been transferred to specialist NHS infection centres in Liverpool and London, the Department of Health said.
England’s chief medical officer Prof Chris Whitty said the virus was passed on while they were in Italy and Tenerife.