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Scholar at Del Prado Elementary Faculty exams certain for COVID-19, faculty says

HEALTH DEPARTMENT OFFICIALS SAY THE SIX-YEAR-OLD GIRL WHO ATTENDS DEL PRADO ELEMENTARY WAS ASYMPTOMATIC AND WAS LAST ON CAMPUS FRIDAY MARCH 13TH. NOW THE SCHOOL DISTRICT WAS NOTIFIED LATE YESTERDAY. THEY WERE NOT ABLE TO INFORM PARENTS AND STAFF UNTIL THIS MORNING. THE SCHOOL SAYS PARENTS AND THE CHILD’S CLASS HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED. THEY ADD IF YOU DID NOT RECEIVE A PREVIOUS NOTIFICATION THE STUDENT IS NOT IN YOUR CHILD’S CLASS SCHOOL OFFICIALS SAY OUT OF AN ABUNDANCE OF CAUTION STAFF

Scholar at Del Prado Elementary Faculty exams certain for COVID-19, faculty says

A student at Del Prado Elementary Faculty in Boca Raton has examined certain for COVID-19, faculty officials said Thursday.According to a glance sent to faculty parents and staff, they said the faculty district was notified Wednesday, but was now not given satisfactory information to inform parents and staff unless Thursday morning.According to the Department of Health, the student was asymptomatic when examined and remains asymptomatic. The faculty said the minute one was last on campus on Friday, March 13 and was examined on March 17. The faculty is cautioning that students and staff may restful monitor themselves for symptoms of COVID-19. The CDC says the following symptoms may appear 2-14 days after publicity: fever, cough, shortness of breath. For the latest coronavirus headlines, click on here.

A student at Del Prado Elementary Faculty in Boca Raton has examined certain for COVID-19, faculty officials said Thursday.

According to a glance sent to faculty parents and staff, they said the faculty district was notified Wednesday, but was now not given satisfactory information to inform parents and staff unless Thursday morning.

According to the Department of Health, the student was asymptomatic when examined and remains asymptomatic.

The faculty said the minute one was last on campus on Friday, March 13 and was examined on March 17.

The faculty is cautioning that students and staff may restful monitor themselves for symptoms of COVID-19.

The CDC says the following symptoms may appear 2-14 days after publicity: fever, cough, shortness of breath.

For the latest coronavirus headlines, click on here.

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