In Saint-Leu, the Plate school also closed this Friday due to the presence of rats

In Saint-Leu, the Plate school also closed this Friday due to the presence of rats
In Saint-Leu, the Plate school also closed this Friday due to the presence of rats

the Josée Léger school in Saint-André, it is the Plate nursery and elementary school in Saint-Leu which is forced to close its doors due to the presence of rats reported this Thursday, May 2. The municipality indicates that rodent control operations will be carried out.

In a press release published on social networks, the municipality of Saint-Leu announces the closure of the Plate school tomorrow Friday May 3 due to the presence of rats reported this Thursday. A decision taken by Mayor Bruno Domen with regard to “the of children and staff” And “health issues“.

The city indicates rodent control operations will be carried out, specifying in passing that interventions of this type take place regularly.

The city thanks parents for their understanding and calls for everyone to be vigilant, particularly during this period when the number of cases of leptospirosis is high.“.

The leptospirosis epidemic is on a scale never before seen in the department, with “170 to 180 cases diagnosed” since the beginning of the year, according to Xavier de , director of monitoring and health security at ARS, the Regional Health Agency.

The Plate school is not the first to close due to the presence of rodents. On , May 1, the Saint-André town hall announced that it was extending the closure of the Josée Léger nursery and elementary school for the same reasons. Rats were also observed at the Docteur Martin school, still in Saint-André.


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