Everton suffer injury blow during Man City warm-up

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March 26, 2018 Police Blotter

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Okeechobee High School student tests positive for coronavirus

first_imgAccording to the school district, a Okeechobee High School student tested positive for coronavirus on just the third day back to school.The student was immediately isolated and sent home.The school district said it is working with the Department of Health for contact tracing.Only students who weren’t able to social distance from the student are being sent home. Those students include 11 students on a bus, 21 students from six classrooms and one teacher. They will do remote learning for 14 days.Students must wear masks, but without them, school officials said they would’ve likely needed to send over 100 students and six teachers home.If a student or staff member seeks a COVID-19 test, he/she must remain home while awaiting the results of the test. It is very important that any student or staff member who takes a COVID-19 test immediately notify the Human Resources Department at (863) 462-5000, Ext. 1022.last_img read more

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