New guidance on mask-wearing is expected to be confirmed on Monday.
Boris Johnson has told the public it's up to them to keep themselves safe as he prepares to tear up coronavirus restrictions.
Alcester Grammar School confirms that 300 students were having to self-isolate.
In his column for the Herald, the MP urged people to hold on, dig in, and, most importantly of all, get the jab.
Parents of pupils, being sent home to isolate after coming into contact with coronavirus, could be entitled to a £500 one-off support payment.
The service is to finish on 30th June as lateral flow tests are readily available elsewhere.
Ex-policeman Mark Sexton has visited Leamington police station and Stratford Tory office to make complaints.
No appointments will be needed at a number of centres in the Midlands for people wanting their first or second vaccination.
More than 60,000 people aged over 50 are estimated to have had both jabs
With six confirmed cases so far, CCS is shut until 28th June.
The warning comes as reports continue about restrictions remaining in place beyond 21st June.
The opening up of jabs to the under 30s is seen as the last stage of the first round of the vaccination programme.
Plans to lift restrictions could be scaled down, with social distancing and the wearing of face coverings set to continue.
Chef/owner Wayne Thomson said he has made tough decision to close the business.
Warwick and Wychavon districts are also performing well, according to the latest vaccination figures.