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K Margaret Carter Centre for disabled shut due to Covid-19

A specialist centre for people with learning and physical problems has closed due to Covid-19, it was revealed today.

Tinee Furbert, the social development and seniors minister (File photograph)

The K Margaret Carter Centre in Devonshire is expected to reopen on March 28.

A spokeswoman for the social development and seniors ministry said: “There are several staff and clients currently in quarantine and subsequently, there are absences.

“As a result, the client-to-staff levels are presently unsustainable.”

She added that parents and guardians had been notified and the centre would follow health department guidance on reopening.

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Published March 22, 2022 at 7:36 am (Updated March 22, 2022 at 7:36 am)

K Margaret Carter Centre for disabled shut due to Covid-19

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