A Texas school district closed its campuses for seven days after two teachers as of late kicked the bucket of COVID-19, a report said.
Connally Independent School District shut down its buildings on Tuesday and they will stay closed until Sept. 6 in the wake of the deaths, report.
The district on Monday reported that Natalia Chansler, a 41-year-old social studies instructor at Connally Junior High School, had kicked the bucket from the infection.
Last Tuesday, David “Andy” McCormick, 59, one more educator at a similar school likewise passed on from coronavirus, the report said.
Chansler last went to the school a day after her associate passed on.
“Our expectation is that the conclusion and occasion break will furnish the people who are positive with the infection or presented to others with the infection, an opportunity to detach and recuperate,” Superintendent Wesley Holt wrote in an email to the news station.
“This conclusion will likewise permit time for profound cleaning and disinfecting of all CISD offices,” Holt said.
While the campuses are closed, understudies will be educated distantly. In-person classes are relied upon to continue on Sept. 7.