BONNERS FERRY, Idaho — Four cases of coronavirus have been connected to Bonners Ferry High School, according to an update from Boundary County School District on Friday, Sept. 18.
According to the district, one student tested positive on Monday for the coronavirus and hadn't had contact with staff or students for four days. The first student tested positive on Sunday and hadn't had contact with students or staff for two days.
The individuals involved have been asked to stay home and self-isolate, according to BCSD. More than 60 students are in quarantine right now, Superintendent Jan Bayer said.
BCSD is working closely with Panhandle Health District and in the process of conducting contact tracing for individuals who had close contact with people who tested positive for COVID-19.