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Holton USD 336 reporting additional COVID case

(KNZA)--Holton USD 336 is reporting an additional positive case of COVID-19.

Superintendent Bob Davies said in a release that the middle school was alerted Wednesday by the parents of a student that their child has tested positive.

Its the 4th confirmed case of a student in the district.

Davies thanked the parents of the middle school student for contacting the school so they could ask questions to help speed up the contact tracing aspect of the investigation.

He said if a student has been in “ close contact” with the student, the Jackson County Health Department will contacting parents to let them know.

Jackson County has seen 234 positive cases of COVID-19 since the pandemic began, with two virus-related deaths.  The Health Department Wednesday reported 8 active cases with no hospitalizations. 



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