ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Two new cases of the coronavirus have been confirmed in the Albany City School District.
The first case involves a fifth grade classroom at Pine Hills Elementary School. The person was last in the building on September 8 and is quarantining at home. Ten additional contacts in the case have been identified and are also in quarantine.
The second case involves a fourth grade classroom at Thomas O’Brien Academy of Science and Technology (TOAST). The person was last in the building on September 3 and is quarantined at home. No additional contacts have been identified.
A case had previously been identified on Wednesday.
The district said nightly cleaning and sanitizing will continue as well as following other COVID-19 safety procedures.
Head to the district’s website for more information.
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