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USD 409 reporting two Covid-19 cases

(KAIR)--USD 409-Atchison Public Schools is reporting two active Covid-19 cases.

That’s according to Superintendent Renee Scott, who released the information in an email sent out Tuesday afternoon.

Scott says one middle school student and one high school staff member have tested positive for the virus.

She says both cases are not related to school exposure, and that there is no school spread of covid-19 at the district.

Tuesday’s update was the first in what Scott says will be weekly ones that she will be sending out.

Scott says 409 has been working with the Atchison County Health Department on contact tracing,

Any staff member or student that has been contact-traced as a contact will be notified by the health department if quarantine is necessary.

Scott adds that overall students and staff are doing a good job following safety protocols, including physical distancing.

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