Unionville Elementary moves to remote learning for two weeks following COVID cases
MONROE, N.C. (WBTV) - Union County Public Schools is requiring all Unionville Elementary School students and staff to work remotely for two weeks after a student and staff member recently tested positive for COVID-19.
No students or staff will be allowed in the school between Oct. 26 and Nov. 6.
The school will reopen Monday, Nov. 9.
If a student had direct contact with the persons involved, a school nurse or a Union County Public Health staff member will follow up with parents.
The school system will sanitize and disinfect impacted areas of the school.
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