MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) – Someone who attended a district-wide registration event for the Reedsburg School District on Tuesday has actually because tested favorable for COVID-19, according to the Sauk Co.
Health Dept. The individual participated in the 9:15 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. registration session on Tuesday, August 11, health authorities said. They explained that the individual was not revealing symptoms at the time, but may have been contagious, adding that the risk of possible exposure was low.
“Sauk County Public Health and the School District of Reedsburg have been working carefully together to react to this prospective exposure and to enhance existing preventive steps,” Sauk County Health Officer Tim Lawther stated.
The Health Dept. is advising anyone who participated in the occasion to monitor themselves for symptoms, like headache, fatigue, cough, fever, or a loss of taste or odor, and notify their doctor if they do start experiencing them. More information about symptoms is readily available here.
The school district mentioned all parents, instructors, and staff who may have been affected have been notified.
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