FIVE or more individuals at all four of Dunfermline's high schools are self-isolating due to COVID-19.

Dunfermline High School, Queen Anne HS, St Columba's RC HS and Woodmill HS are all affected.

From Monday to Sunday last week, five or more school contacts at the schools were required to isolate after contact with a positive coronavirus case.

King's Road Primary School in Rosyth and Touch Primary School in Dunfermline also have at least five people self-isolating, as well as Beath High School in Cowdenbeath.

An NHS Fife spokesperson said: "These updates list where a case has occurred in pupils or staff who are attending the school, and where five or more school contacts have been required to isolate after contact tracing has taken place. Where less than five potential contacts have been identified, these cases will not be included for reasons of pupil/ staff confidentiality."

The latest weekly data - from May 10 to May 16 - from NHS Fife has revealed that 19 schools across the Kingdom have had at least five or more individuals requiring to self-isolate.

This is nearly double the number of schools from the last update between May 3 and May 9, when 10 schools were impacted.