Positive COVID-19 Tests Recorded In Chautauqua County Schools

first_imgShare:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window),Where’s the other 2 positive cases at? Pexels / Pixabay Stock Image.UPDATE: There are no positive COVID cases in the Dunkirk public schools, as previously reported, according to the District’s Superintendent.Dunkirk City School District Superintendent Michael Mansfield said in a social media post that human error caused two positive test reports, but the actual number of infections remains at zero as of Wednesday afternoon.Mansfield apologized for any concerns the accidental report may have caused and is taking measures to make sure the mistake is not repeated. ORIGINAL:JAMESTOWN — Two Chautauqua County school districts have reported through the state COVID-19 report card they have four positive cases among students or those close to students.The Jamestown Public School District has been notified by the Chautauqua County Department of Health that two members of the Jamestown community have tested positive for COVID-19. Two more cases were confirmed for School 7 in Dunkirk.Jamestown reported the positive tests are for two sibling students who attend by distance learning only, and have not been physically present at Jamestown High School.“We appreciate our community’s efforts to work together to keep our students and staff safe by wearing face masks, maintaining social distancing and continuing frequent hand washing while on any school property,” said JPS Superintendent Dr. Kevin Whitaker. “The health and safety of our school community remains our number one priority.”Students or staff that exhibit possible COVID-19 symptoms are asked to contact their health provider and stay home from school.  Possible symptoms include  fever over 100 F, chills, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, muscle aches, vomiting or diarrhea, or loss of taste or smell.No other information was available regarding the Dunkirk positive test results.last_img read more

Ozil to launch own merchandise brand

first_img But Ozil – who refused a coronavirus pay cut on his £350,000-a-week wage – insists the deal was not renewed as he hopes to develop his own M10 brand. read also:Ozil ‘dumped by adidas as they end £22m sponsorship deal’ The German’s agent Erkut Sogut said: “There is no termination, the contract is running out.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil is planning to launch his own merchandise brand. Mesut Ozil donated his earnings from the World Cup to the Big Shoe project for sick kids Ozil’s current deal with adidas is set to expire in the summer. German reports claimed adidas decided not to renew their 7½-year deal with the Gunners star, 31, over his public image.Advertisement Loading…last_img