Victor Central School District sees spike in positive COVID cases, mainly in the primary building

Victor Central School District is currently seeing a spike in COVID-19 cases, with 24 students and 4 adults positive with the virus.

17 of the positive cases are from the primary building, and Thursday over 170 people will be quarantined due to COVID. 105 quarantines are from the primary building, according to superintendent Dr. Tim Terranova.

There were only 88 people quarantined as of Tuesday.




For the middle and high school, there are far less cases.

Terranova said the primary school is being kept open for in-person classes.

Until the health department directs the school to close any building, they will remain open and parents appear supportive of that.


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