Two members of Fitch High School community test positive for COVID-19
Groton — Groton Public Schools learned Tuesday that two members of the Fitch High School community tested positive for COVID-19.
"We have worked with Ledge Light Health District to determine and have already notified close contacts within the school," the notice from Superintendent Susan Austin states. "The affected individuals have been instructed to isolate at home following public health guidelines."
The school district is monitoring the situation with the health district, she added.
Stories that may interest you
Attorney General William Tong announced on Thursday that an investigation into the Connecticut Port Authority is already underway and is based on whistleblower complaints made in 2019.
Here, at least, some people already are gearing up for the next season.
The mild weather is forecast to continue Friday, with high temperatures in the low 40s and sunny skies.
Hospitalizations across Connecticut decreased by 10 from the previous day, to 485, and 19 more people died.
All of our stories about the coronavirus are being provided free of charge as a service to the public. You can find all of our stories here.
You can support local journalism by subscribing to The Day.