50 students, staff quarantined after 4 people test positive for COVID-19 at Orange County elementary school

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — Another Orange County school is switching students to online learning due to confirmed cases of COVID-19.

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After consulting with the health department, Orange County Public Schools informed the parents and staff of Eccleston Elementary that all students enrolled in face-to-face learning students will switch to LaunchED@Home instruction starting Wednesday.

The move comes after four COVID-19 cases resulted in 50 students and staff being quarantined, according to the school district.

The district says the majority of students and staff will be able to resume face-to-face learning on Tuesday, Nov. 3, though some quarantines could go longer.

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As has been the case with other school closures, the entire Eccleston Elementary School campus will be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected before students and staff return.