First school in Mississippi to re-open has someone test positive in first week, students issued 14 day quarantine

The Corinth School district was among the first schools to reopen in the country when they opened their doors on July 27th.

They were also the first school in Mississippi to re-open.

A positive test from someone at Corinth High school will put their reopening plan to an early test.

A person tested positive and now every person that was in contact with them, defined as within 6 feet for at least 15 minutes, will be quarantined for 14 days.

See the release from the school below:

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