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Lebanon Schools announce COVID-19 case

Published: 2/15/2021 4:27:44 PM
Modified: 2/15/2021 4:27:43 PM

LEBANON — Parents were informed on Monday that a staff member at Lebanon High School “has a confirmed case of COVID-19,” but students won’t be asked to quarantine.

Superintendent Joanne Roberts wrote in an email that the school district contacted state health officials and completed contact tracing. “Based on the timing of the individual’s symptoms,” she said, no students will have to quarantine.

Lebanon has so far seen seven cases of the novel coronavirus in its schools, according to New Hampshire’s COVID-19 dashboard. All of those people have recovered.

Schools in Lebanon are currently on winter break.

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