(WSET) — Need the low-down on recent COVID-19 numbers in Central Virginia schools? ABC13’s got you covered.
Health officials have warned of a serious spike in cases as the fall season approaches. According to a UVA COVID-19 Model, due to the spread of the Delta variant, cases will surge through the fall, reaching levels not seen since April.
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After a district closure last week, Amherst County has reported three new cases as of Sept. 8.
As of Sept. 10, the district reported 18 positive cases, eight more than the previous day. The highest reported cases were Sept. 7 with 40 positive cases.
The latest data shows a total of 103 students in quarantine and 21 new positive cases.
The district reported two new cases Sept. 9.
There are currently five active staff cases and four active student cases. Since Aug. 9, the district has seen a total of 109 confirmed student cases
There was a total of eight positive cases reported last week.
Recent reports show Benjamin Franklin Middle School has the highest student cases for the month of September with 43 positive cases. In total, there are 134 positive student cases for the month of September thus far.