NUTLEY, NJ - Nutley Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Julie Glazer reported that four Nutley Public Schools staff members have tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavius. Glazer made the announcement in a letter to the community on Sunday March, 22.
According to Glazer, the staffers are currently in quarantine. Citing privacy rules, no other details could be given about the specific cases. Glazer did report that, "four staff members, two traveling, one at Washington School and one at Radcliffe School, have tested positive for COVID-19." She was able to report that "The staff members were present in elementary school buildings up to and including Friday, March 13, and with staff only on Monday, March 16, 2020."
The public schools update was sent shortly after the Nutley Office of Emergency Management (OEM) update of Mar. 22. In that update it was reported that the number of confirmed cases in the township is now 14, with more expected to be announced. The OEM has been issuing reports every day.
In each of the announcements, hand washing and adhering to social distancing guidelines was stressed.
Readers are reminded that 911 is for EMERGENCIES ONLY, not questions about COVID-19.
Keep up with all Coronavirus news in TAPinto Nutley's Health and Wellness section.
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