Four more high school students positive for COVID-19 

By Chuck Gibson

LOVELAND, OH (November 2, 2020) – The Loveland City School District released another COVID-19 Update this afternoon reporting 4 new COVID cases among LHS students. 

Main entrance for Loveland High School (Chuck Gibson)

This latest COVID-19 update from Loveland Schools brings to 14 the number of positive COVID cases repored by students and staff in the last week. The overall number of positive COVID cases reported to the schools by staff or students has seen a consistent rise over just the last three weeks. It is a rise that seems to be consistent with the overall rise of positive COVID-19 cases being reported nationally, statewide and in our own local counties. Even with the rise in number of cases reported by LCSD, there has been no spread of cases with students, staff or other school members attributable to those cases reported, or quarantines resulting from those determined to have been potentially exposed by close contact.

School officials do not have the data, and cannot report any details of the recovery for any reported positive cases by law. The data and details of recovery of positive cases of COVID are reported by the health department. Visit the Hamilton County Public Health website for more.

Here is the latest COVID-19 Update released by Loveland Schools today (Monday, November 2, 2020)

COVID-19 Positive Cases

Loveland Tiger Family,

On 11/02/20, the district was notified that four students at Loveland High School tested positive for COVID-19, one last at school on Wednesday, 10/21/20, and three last at school on Thursday, 10/29/20. Members of the school community determined to be in close-contact with any of these confirmed cases have been notified and will follow Hamilton County Public Health protocols. If you were not notified, your student was not determined to be in close contact.

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