60 people within New Haven Public Schools in quarantine after 10 COVID-19 cases confirmed this week

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NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — 60 people within New Haven Public Schools are in quarantine as a result of contact tracing by the school system.

New Haven Public Schools Director of Communications Justin Harmon said Friday that 10 cases of COVID-19 were confirmed this week, which led to the contact tracing and further quarantines of these individuals.

According to Harmon, the current breakdown by school is as follows:

  • Lincoln Bassett School: One case, seven additional quarantining
  • Edgewood School: Two cases, six quarantining
  • Davis Academy for Arts and Design Innovation: One case, five quarantining
  • LW Beecher Museum School of Arts and Sciences: One case, six quarantining
  • Benjamin Jepson Magnet School: One case, 17 quarantining
  • Cooperative Arts and Humanities High School: One case, four quarantining
  • Clemente Leadership Academy: One case, eight quarantining
  • Wilbur Cross High School: One case, six quarantining
  • Mauro Sheridan Science Technology and Communications School: One case, one quarantining

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