A school district in Northern Westchester has closed for in-person learning for two weeks due to COVID-19 cases.
The North Salem Central School District said on Monday, Nov. 16. that it learned of two cases at the North Salem High School/Middle School as well as two other cases at Pequenakonck Elementary School.
Therefore, the district's schools will move to remote learning until Monday, Nov. 30th due to a staffing shortage.
"Any individual deemed to be exposed must quarantine for a minimum of 14 days from the date of last exposure and should be assessed by a physician," the district said.
"The district is continuously evaluating new information as it comes in.
"Please be assured that we will be transparent about any positive COVID-19 cases in our district, and we will keep you informed if more information needs to be communicated."
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