ALIQUIPPA, Pa. (KDKA) – An Aliquippa School District elementary student is self-quarantined after visiting a country with reported cases of coronavirus.

The student was taken out of school, the district says in a letter, and will stay home for at least 14 days.

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The district says at this time, there is no indication the student has any coronavirus symptoms.


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In the letter, the district says students don’t have school Friday for a scheduled Act 80 Day. Thursday evening into Friday, staff will clean and disinfect the elementary school.

“As always, our main concern is the health, safety and well-being of the students and staff of the Aliquippa School District,” the letter reads.

As of Thursday afternoon, there are 22 cases of coronavirus in Pa. — all of them in the eastern part of the state.

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