LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) – Contact tracing is underway at Cavett Elementary School after the Lincoln Public School district confirmed there are two cases of the coronavirus in the school. This brings the district’s total to four cases since school started last week.
One of those cases is at Southwest High School and has lead to 48 people being quarantined, one is a district employee who doesn’t work in a school and then there’s the two at Cavett, which LPS said are unrelated to one another.
Mindy Burbach, director of communication for LPS said these are the only cases in the district and any rumors otherwise are untrue.
“If there’s a positive case in our school buildings we will tell you there’s a case in one of our school buildings, there’s nothing to hide when there’s a positive case,” Burbach said.
Burbach said as soon as there’s a confirmed case in a school, all staff and families at that school will be notified and any high-risk contacts will be called by the school or health department.
Burbach said they’ll only be reported cases in staff and students who were in a district building within 48 hours of testing positive for the virus. But they won’t be able to release many…
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