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New cases of confirmed COVID-19 in North Olmsted Schools

David Simmons says his son was assaulted during class at Olmsted North Academy in May.
David Simmons says his son was assaulted during class at Olmsted North Academy in May.(Source: Pixabay)
Updated: Nov. 13, 2020 at 10:06 AM EST
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NORTH OLMSTED, Ohio (WOIO) - Two additional North Olmsted High School students and a student at Birch Primary School have tested positive for COVID-19, school officials announced late Thursday.

Earlier this week, it was reported a second staff member at North Olmsted High School tested positive for COVID-19 and a student at Chestnut Intermediate School is considered to be a probable/positive case for COVID-19.

Two Pine Intermediate School students are also considered probable/positive cases for COVID-19.

Probable/positive cases are when a person is experiencing symptoms and has had close contact with someone who has tested positive, but has not yet been tested themselves.

And, on Nov. 3, school officials announced a North Olmsted High School student and teacher recently tested positive for COVID-19.

North Olmsted school officials said families should call them at 440-588-5341 with any confirmed or potential cases of COVID-19.

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