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Logan-Magnolia School reports first positive COVID-19 case

Logan-Magnolia School reports first positive COVID-19 case

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The Logan-Magnolia School District has reported their first positive COVID-19 case.

While there have been students and staff in quarantine, up until today Superintendent Tom Ridder said the District has been lucky to not have had any.

This first case is a high school staff member, according to Ridder. The District has been in close contact with the Harrison County Home & Public Health (HCH&PH) office since then.

As for the tracing, the School has been in touch with those who were in close contact with the individual.

However, they are not being quarantined at this time because the individual has been wearing a mask. This was per the recommendation of the HCH&PH, Ridder said.

At the Woodbine School District, as of Monday evening, October 5, there are six students who have tested positive for COVID-19 and are isolating, according to a post on the District's website. (They provide updates frequently on their current numbers.)

Overall, there have been a total of 12 positive student cases at the Woodbine School. Currently six are in isolation, and six have been released and have returned to school. 

There are 39 students in quarantine. And there are two students that will end quarantine and are expected to return to school tomorrow. 

There are two staff members who tested positive and continue to remain in isolation.

There is one staff member who continues to quarantine and one staff member who is has taken a COVID-19 test and is awaiting results. 

Keep checking back for more updates from the schools on the current numbers related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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