A COVID-19 outbreak traced to a Central Jersey high school's Homecoming Dance has sent about 200 students into isolation.
A 10-day quarantine was ordered for Spotswood High School students who attended the Saturday's homecoming dance after a student at the event tested positive, NJ Advance Media reported.
Students who were at the high school dance can return to school on Tuesday Oct. 19, according to a letter from Spotswood Public Schools Superintendent Graham Peabody.
The students were required to isolate given the inability to contact trace, the superintendent said.
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