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Logan High School To Go Virtual On Monday After Active COVID-19 Cases Go From 0-19 In 4 Days

Due to an increase of 19 confirmed COVID-19 cases within four days, Logan High School will move to a remote learning platform, as was announced by the Logan City School District on Thursday."We've had a rough few days," said Shana Longhurst, the district's communication specialist.

When school started on Monday, there were zero known active cases. By the end of the day, five had been confirmed. By the time the numbers were released on Thursday, roughly 200 students were in quarantine and confirmed cases had tripled.

According to a press release, Superintendent Frank Schofield said the decision was made based on the increase “and the likelihood that the number of positive cases will rise over the weekend.” Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.

This story is made possible thanks to a community reporting partnership between The Herald Journal and Utah Public Radio.