A Bergen County high school will remain despite an athletic coach testing positive for COVID-19.
River Dell Regional School District officials were told Saturday that a field hockey coach tested positive, according to a letter sent to parents Sunday by Supt. Patrick J. Fletcher.
The coach "is only employed as a coach, is in good heath and following health protocols as determined by their personal health care professional," the letter says.
While all players and field hockey coaches were initially required to quarantine for 14 days, an investigation found that no one had come in contact with the positive case. And so, according to a subsequent email set by Fletcher, only the coach who tested positive will be quarantining for 14 days.
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