A large gathering over the weekend among Nanuet High School students has switched classes to all-remote until November 16th. LoHud.com reports Rockland’s Health Department says the event spawned multiple cases. Specifics on how many students were affected were not released. Classes in Nanuet began September 14th with a hybrid approach.
A staff member at New City Elementary school tested positive for COVID-19, so students are on full remote learning today and tomorrow. The building is closed to everyone except custodial staff.
COVID-19 by the numbers now, here in Rockland, got 2 in the hospital being examined, another 25 have been confirmed with coronavirus, and a total of 884 active cases. The state says since the crisis began, we’ve had a total of 18,466 reported cases, 113 more than Friday, and the number of deaths in the county since the pandemic began remains at 684, unchanged for a little over a week.