CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Six schools in Coral Springs and Parkland have Covid-19 cases, according to new data from Florida Department of Health.
In all, six students and an unknown person have tested positive at the schools between Sept. 6 to Sept. 26, the data shows.
This week, state health officials began releasing data showing coronavirus cases in primary and secondary schools across the state. State officials explained that the data came from the Broward County Health Department as part of the information gathered about people who have tested positive for the coronavirus.
In Coral Springs, the cases are in:
- Coral Springs Middle School: 1 student (tested positive during the week of Sept. 20-26)
- J. P. Taravella High School: 2 students (1 tested positive during the week of Sept. 20-26) (In both cases, the students had symptoms)
- Park Springs Elementary School: 1 unknown (the person had symptoms)
- Renaissance Charter School At Coral Springs: 1 student (tested positive during the week of Sept. 20-26)
- Sawgrass Springs Middle School: 1 student
In Parkland, a case is in:
- Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School: 1 student (student had symptoms)
No other information was available on how this data was compiled.
The data can be viewed here.
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