A primary school in the North has been closed after a pupil was diagnosed with swine flu. The primary school child and a younger sibling were confirmed with the condition after returning from a family holiday to Mexico. They are being treated at home with antivirals and are recovering well but Saint Ronan's Primary in Newry, County Down has been closed as a precautionary measure. There are now a total of 32 confirmed cases and 15 more under investigation in Northern Ireland.