Staff With Coronavirus Prompts Closure of NE Iowa School
A Northeast Iowa school is doing a deep cleaning today, (Friday, Nov. 6), after it was discovered that an employee had tested positive for COVID-19.
Students at Tripoli Community School district started an early weekend, as classes were cancelled today (Friday) to rid the school of the coronavirus.
A Facebook post by Tripoli School superintendent Troy Heller, explains that a school staff member had tested positive for the virus.
Bremer County has a virus positivity rate of 23.2 percent. Heller notes that having the school closed, will allow custodians to do a deep clean of school buildings and classrooms.
Those people who have had close contact with the infected employee, will be contacted by the Bremer County Public Health.