A high school student in Corinth has tested positive for coronavirus during the first week of classes. The school district officially opened its doors to students and staff Monday, and reported the case Friday.
The positive case is likely to be the first of many as schools set to reopen across the state.
Corinth School District officials made the announcement on the district’s Facebook page Friday afternoon.
District officials said they have conducted contract tracing. Anyone within 6 feet of the infected student for 15 minutes or longer has been notified, it said.
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