REGINA -- The Saskatchewan Health Authority has notified staff, students and visitors of Harbour Landing School that cases of COVID-19 are under investigation within the school.

Two classrooms at Harbour Landing School were closed in consultation with Public Health on Wednesday after two students contracted the virus.

Students from the two classrooms will be attended remote classes until Oct. 21 and anyone who may be considered a direct contact to the two students are being notified.

The school board said in a release “The school has been cleaned and sanitized as per Public Health requirements.”

"The risk of the general population in the school becoming infected because of these cases is low," a letter from the schools boards reads. "If staff or students are identified as a contact of a confirmed COVID-19 case, Public Health will contact them directly for follow-up."

Anyone who develops symptoms is asked to self-isolate at home and arrange for testing as soon as possible.