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Muhlenberg County Schools Reported Cases of COVID-19

Among the six active cases, three are students and three are staff members.

Posted: Sep 16, 2020 7:02 AM
Updated: Sep 16, 2020 8:38 AM

Less than a week before resuming in-person classes, Muhlenberg County Public Schools reports active COVID-19 cases.

In a Facebook post, the school system announced six active cases, including three students and three staff members.  No word on which schools are involved.

In addition to the active cases, 33 students and 18 staff members have entered into quaratine.

The school district reminds parents that they are require to report a positive student's case to their school within 24 hours of diagonosis.  They remain on schedule to begin their "hybrid" schedule on September 21st, mixing in-person classes and online learning for students.

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