COVID Update for the City of Yonkers as of January 4, 2021

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YONKERS, NY — January 4, 2021 — Below is a list of COVID positive cases reported to the school administration or the district’s medical office:

1.       A YFT staff member from Khalil Gibran reported that a staff member received a positive COVID test result

2.       A YFT staff member from School 15 reported that a staff member received a positive COVID test result

3.       A YFT staff member from School 8 reported that a staff member received a positive COVID test result

4.       A YFT staff member from YMHS reported that a staff member received a positive COVID test result

5.       A YFT staff member from de Hostos reported that a staff member received a positive COVID test result

6.       A  CSEA employee from Central Office reported that a staff member received a positive COVID test result

7.       A  CSEA employee from Dodson reported that a staff member received a positive COVID test result

8.       A  CSEA employee from Cornell Academy reported that a staff member received a positive COVID test result

9.       A  CSEA employee from School 29 reported that a staff member received a positive COVID test result

10.   An employee from central office reported that an employee received a positive COVID test result

11.   The parents of two students from YMHS reported that the students received positive COVID test results

12.   The parents of two students from Dodson reported that they he students received positive COVID test results

13.   The parents of a student from Lincoln HS reported that the student received a positive COVID test result

14.   The parents of two students from School 8 reported that the students received positive COVID test result

 

eHeziCOVID Update for the City of Yonkers as of January 4, 2021

Comments 4

  1. The Board of Education is being transparent…. This is not a scare tactic its informing the public. It’s obvious after a 2 week break and family get togethers there would be a spike of cases. This is why the BOE chose to go remote for 2 weeks. It’s called common sense. Kudos to Dr Quezada and the rest of the BOE for looking out for the children and staff.

      1. I believe it will close through February possibly longer. We will all learn whose prognostication proves correct. —- Kindly, Hezi

  2. Wasn’t everyone just home for almost 2 weeks? How are these school related?
    If they tested positive over vacation and Yonkers schools are remote until next week, then there shouldn’t be any issues with in-school learning.
    Stop with the scare tactics.

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