2 COVID-19 cases found at Liberty High School

Independent Newsmedia
Posted 10/14/20

At least two cases of the coronavirus have been found on the Liberty High School campus.

Families of students received letters Oct. 13 stating a person on campus tested positive but was …

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2 COVID-19 cases found at Liberty High School

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At least two cases of the coronavirus have been found on the Liberty High School campus.

Families of students received letters Oct. 13 stating a person on campus tested positive but was asymptomatic and last on campus Oct. 9.

Additionally, families received a letter Oct. 8 stating a student tested positive for the virus who was last on campus Oct. 2.

Protocol determined by the district’s COVID-19 response team in conjunction with district leaders states that if a student gets the virus, all students and staff should get a letter notifying them that someone on campus was diagnosed with COVID-19.

PUSD officials said anyone who is deemed a close contact would get a separate notification and phone call identifying them as a close contact of someone who was diagnosed with COVID-19.

If there was a need to quarantine, the notification would include such information, officials said.

At the end of August, a staff member at Sunrise Mountain High School tested positive for COVID-19.

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