MADISON, NJ - The community was notified on Tuesday October 6 that an individual at Madison High School has tested positive for COVID -19. The individual had not been in the building since Friday October 2, said school officials.

The first positive case was announced on September 29. 

The Madison Health Department has determined that there are no close contacts within the school community. There will not be any changes to the high school schedule, as of now.

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  • School officials have asked community members to increase their "diligence in the following safety procedures" by:
  • Do not share items with others, especially food and drink
  • Maintain six feet of distance when barriers are not present
  • Wear a mask whenever outside your home
  • Wash and sanitize your hands, regularly
  • Avoid touching your face
  • If you do not feel well, stay home

If you believe you may have been exposed to COVID19, school officials ask that you notify the school and the Madison Health Department, immediately, and get tested,

The individual that has tested positive will not be phyiscally present in the school until they meet NJDOH criteria for return, said officials.

 

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