2 Parma students presumed positive for COVID-19

Posted at 9:09 PM, Oct 08, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-08 21:09:14-04

PARMA, Ohio — The Parma City Schools District learned on Thursday of two students that are presumed to be positive for COVID-19.

Neither of the students has been tested, but both have been exposed to a positive case and are experiencing symptoms.

The students have not been to school since last Friday.

One of the students is a third-grader at Parma Park Elementary School and the other student is a freshman at Valley Forge High School.

The district said they are working for the Cuyahoga County Board of Health to conduct contact tracing and will call the families of any students that need to quarantine.

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