LOWER MERION TWP., Pa. - COVID-19 cases among students at Harriton High School in Lower Merion Township appear to be related to a large social gathering.
In a letter to parents and students, Lower Merion School District said they were notified that six more Harriton students have tested positive for COVID-19.
Contact tracing indicates these cases appear to be related to a large social gathering over the weekend and to other contacts that students had outside of school, officials said.
They added there is still no evidence of in-school transmission of the virus. But, as a result of these cases, additional students have been identified and are quarantined.
The school plans to return to full in-person learning Monday.
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