WALLINGFORD, CT — Two more cases of the coronavirus have been confirmed in the Wallingford Public School District, according to officials.
Officials notified families Sunday night that one person associated Pond Hill Elementary School tested positive for the coronavirus. The person was determined to be in “close contact with one or more people while in a school setting,” according to a message sent to parents.
A contact tracing investigation was launched and everyone who was identified as a close contact has already been notified by school officials.
Officials were also notified Sunday night that another person associated with the school district tested positive for the virus.
“In working with the Wallingford Health Department, it has been determined that this individual was in close contact with one or more people while in the school setting,” according to a message sent to parents. “The Wallingford Public School District, in collaboration with the Wallingford Health Department, initiated a case investigation and contact tracing activities to identify all individuals who may have been in close contact with the case. All individuals identified as close contacts have already been notified by the building administration or the school nurse.”
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This article originally appeared on the Wallingford Patch