Columbia County schools see more decline in COVID-19 cases | #coronavirus | #kids. | #children | #schools | #childsecurity | #kidprotection


Amanda King
 
| Augusta Chronicle
Columbia County schools continue their decline of reported COVID cases this week as 75 cases were reported after 89 were reported last week. North Harlem and Riverside Elementary each reported four student cases and one employee, Grovetown Elementary had three students and one employee, Greenbrier had one student and two employees, Euchee Creek had one student and two employees, Cedar Ridge had two students, North Columbia had one student and one employee,  Baker Place, Blue Ridge and Brookwood Elementary each reported one student case. 

Harlem Middle had five students, Columbia and Riverside Middle each had four students, Grovetown Middle had three students and Evans and Stallings Island Middle each had one student.

Grovetown High had seven students and two employees, Lakeside High added five students and one employee, Greenbrier High had four students and one employee and Harlem added two students. The district also reported three cases in its support departments.

This week’s report brings the total cases to 1,473 since school began in August or 5% of its student and employee population learning or working in school buildings.

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