1 in-person student at Wilson Elementary, 2 virtual students at Wilby HS in Waterbury test positive for COVID-19

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WATERBURY, Conn. (WTNH) — Waterbury Public schools reported one in-person learning student and two distance-learning students have tested positive for COVID-19 since their last reporting.

The in-person positive is at Wilson Elementary School. All those in the class/cohort with the positive student will transition to distance learning through Friday, Oct. 2. 

The two distance-learning students attend Wilby High School and have not been into the school building since the first day of school.

RELATED: Wilby HS reports one virtual learning student tests positive for COVID-19

This comes after the district reported two online learners (one who attends Bunker Hill Elementary School, the other who attends Tinker Elementary School) have tested positive for COVID-19, along with one in-person learner who attends Margaret M Generali School Friday.

The district reports Margaret M Generali School will remain open. The city’s contact tracing team is working to notify the necessary individuals.

All in-person students who test positive for COVID-19 are instructed to remain home in self-isolation for 10 days. Medical documentation is required prior to a return to in-person classes.

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