Mountain Crest's 'Test-To-Stay' Detects 42 More COVID-19 Cases Among Students
Mountain Crest High School’s “test-to-stay” event turned up more than 40 additional COVID-19 cases, according to school and health officials.
Bear River Health Department spokesperson Estee Hunt said the 42 positive cases picked up during the event that tested nearly all Mountain Crest students was actually a little less than officials expected, and in line with what officials had observed at other school test-to-stay events in Utah.
Hunt thanked parents who turned in testing permission slips. Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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