There are now five schools partially closed in Nuneaton and Bedworth as some pupils have been told to stay at jome.
Nicholas Chamberlaine in Bedworth has now announced partial closures. It is only open to pupils in Years 7, 11 and 13.
Higham Lane, St Thomas More and Etone schools in Nuneaton and the Queen Elizabeth Academy in Atherstone all have enforced partial closures for certain year groups until the end of this week.
The government last night announced that schools are to close on Friday (March 20).
However, some will have to remain open for next week for the children of 'key workers'.
CoventryLive has contacted Warwickshire County Council to see what the plans are.
In the meantime, it is not just schools that are to close.
King Edward VI college said it would be shutting its doors as of Monday (March 23).
Nuneaton's young homeless charirty, Doorway, has also been forced to stop the 'drop in' from its Dugdale Street-based HQ.
Theatres across Coventry and Warwickshire have already closed their doors, including the Belgrade in Coventry and the Abbey Theatre in Nuneaton.
Leisure centres across Nuneaton and Bedworth, run by Everyone Active on behalf of Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council, currently remain open,
So does the Town Hall in Nuneaton, although bosses have asked for essential visits only.
But the council's Bedworth office in Congreve Walk has been closed until further notice.
The Civic Hall in Bedworth has also now closed its doors.