CAMPBELL COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) – Campbell County Public Schools has confirmed that an individual with Rustburg High School has tested positive for COVID-19.
According to a release, the individual has been told to isolate and everyone who has had close contact with this individual has been informed of the case as contact tracing efforts are underway.
The school division has not been confirmed whether or not the individual who has tested positive is a student.
Campbell County Public Schools says it will “follow cleaning and disinfecting protocols in all affected areas.”
Campbell County Public Schools also says that no school or classroom closures are needed.
Rustburg High School will be open for classes on Tuesday, Sept. 21 for all other students and faculty.
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