Some of Sydney’s top private schools have ordered the parents of students who have visited China to get a doctor’s clearance before sending their children back to school this week following the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus. The parents of children attending the prestigious Scots College and Pymble Ladies College have been told to comply with strict guidelines in a bid to protect students and staff from the spread of the virus. Meanwhile in Melbourne, private schools Firbank Grammar School and Scotch College are asking parents to keep their children home for 14 days if they have travelled to parts of China affected by coronavirus, according to letters sent to 3AW. Letters from Firbank Grammar School and Scotch College about the coronavirus. (Photo: 3AW) (3AW) In a message sent to parents, Scots College principal Ian Lambert said the school had sought the advice of the Department of Health on […]