A primary school in Co. Wicklow has closed due to a rise in Covid-19 cases.
It's the second primary school to close its doors in Ireland over the past two days due to Covid.
Hollywood National School, which has over 130 students, was supported by public health officials in its decision to close its doors to students.
It follows another similar case in Co. Wexford, where CBS Primary School reported over 30 cases of the virus.
The school and board of management made the decision to close the facility by itself.
19 children in one class in the County Wexford School tested positive for Covid, according to the school's principal.
Wexford TD Verona Murphy said the outbreak could have been controlled if the use of antigen testing was permitted in schools.
While The Irish National Teachers Organisation wants to see the re-introduction of testing and contact tracing and the expansion of the supply panel for substitute teachers to cover all primary and special schools.
It's also looking for a pilot scheme on antigen testing and a review on the age restriction on face coverings.