Three Pittsburgh Public Schools closed due to positive COVID-19 cases
Three colleges in the Pittsburgh Community Faculty District are transitioning to synchronous distant instruction for the remainder of the 7 days due to growing COVID-19 case quantities.
According to press releases from the university district, Pittsburgh Lincoln, Pittsburgh Phillips and Pittsburgh Miller will be shut for the remainder of the week.
Pittsburgh Phillips PreK-5 is shut immediately after breaching its 5% threshold of good COVID-19 conditions. No a person will be allowed into the school until eventually Might 23.
Pittsburgh Miller PreK-5 declared its short term closure just after 3 p.m. Tuesday. The district says that Pittsburgh Miller is dealing with staffing shortages that are connected to positive COVID-19 cases, exposure-similar quarantines and other team absences. Pittsburgh Lincoln PreK-5 is closed due to identical shortages.
All three universities will abide by their conventional bell schedules and instruction will be held by means of Microsoft Teams.
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