Lisnaskea, an 11th grade student at St. Kevin & # 39; s College, has tested positive for Covid-19.
In a post on their Facebook page, school principal Gary Kelly confirmed that the student tested positive for the virus after receiving test results on Friday.
The contribution continued: "This student has been self-isolating since Wednesday morning around 10:30 am. The following students must first self-isolate for 3 days – All students in 11kg bladder. All students in Year 11 Sociology, RE, Irish, Health & Social Care and Mrs. Edwards Double Award Science Class. All students on Knocks / Carrickyheenan morning and afternoon buses (Greg & # 39; s & Seamus & # 39; s). "
There have been nine new positive cases of the virus in the Fermanagh and Omagh Council area in the past 24 hours, according to the Department of Health's daily update.
It brings the total of 242 out of 16,146 people tested. 1,895 tests with 31 positive results were performed in the past seven days. 10 were 19 years old and younger; two between 20 and 39 years old; 16 between 40 and 59; and three between 60 and 79 years.
There were 222 positive people in Northern Ireland in the last 24 hours; now the number was 9,165. There were 913 positive cases in the past seven days.
Fermanagh and Omagh have recorded 11 deaths, according to the Department of Health; However, the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA) reported that there had been 17 deaths in the district as of September 11.
The latest statistics from the Department of Health mostly relate to hospital deaths where a person tested positive.
NISRA data shows the death toll reached 887 people by September 11. This includes nursing homes / in the community / in the hospice and in hospitals.
The new data collection by the department applies to both completed tests from the Health and Social Care Trust Laboratory (Pillar 1) and completed tests from the National Initiative Laboratory (Pillar 2).
The Western Health and Social Care Trust received approval and discharge for Covid-19 last week.
There are currently four Covid-19 intensive care beds occupied in Northern Ireland and three people are currently being ventilated due to the virus. There are 32 beds with Covid-19 patients.
There are 27 confirmed Covid-19 outbreaks in nursing homes across Northern Ireland with 11 suspected outbreaks.