On Saturday, Warren County health services announced 11 new cases of coronavirus and warned residents of low levels of exposure in nine county companies.
One of the new cases involves a man who was in Hadley-Luzerne Elementary School. The source of the school infection, which was discovered late Friday, has not yet been identified, health services said.
The person is quarantined and the school remains open, according to a statement posted on the school district̵
A total of 11 people in the district, including nine students, tested positive for the virus, according to the state’s COVID-19 school database, which tracks the number of positive cases in public and private schools.
“Currently, our area remains open for personal instruction under the direction of Saratoga and Warren County Public Health,” the statement said.
Public health services also announced a low-risk risk for many businesses last week, after several patrons were positive on Friday and Saturday.
The masks are believed to have been worn all the time, but anyone who shopped in any of the following businesses was asked to self-monitor for symptoms and contact health services with questions at 518-761-6580.