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New reported cases (from January 8, 2021 to noon January 15, 2021)* 

Total Staff and
Student Cases

(tested positive)

7*

Staff and Students 
w/ direct exposure to
COVID-19

11*

 

Last Week’s Cases  (from December 18, 2020-January 8, 2021)*

Total Staff and
Student Cases

(tested positive)

4*

Staff and Students 
w/ direct exposure to
COVID-19

11*

 

Cumulative Reported Cases (Aug. 10, 2020 to January 15, 2021)

Total Staff and
Student Cases

(tested positive)

115

Staff and Students
w/ direct exposure to
COVID-19

1,037

Total staff currently present at 
district facilities 

(on a typical day)

900*

Total students
currently at district facilities

(on a typical day)

0*


*Our numbers appear to have declined, however District 202 is only tracking cases for students and staff who are in-person at district schools/facilities for either instruction, athletics, or activities. Staff currently may work remotely, all students are in remote instruction, and all other sports and activities are paused. 

CONTEXT
  • These statistics show the impact of COVID-19 on school operations.
  • Schools opened for staff on August 10, 2020. 
  • Statistics reflect Students/Staff who have been or are CURRENTLY in a District 202 facility for work or related student activity (such as athletics). District 202 has about 3,200 employees and about 25,000 students in total.
  • For each diagnosed case and case of direct exposure, the individual staff member or student must quarantine for 10-14 days or longer depending on symptoms, resulting in higher number of missed days of work or in-person learning
  • "Direct exposure" means, being within 6 feet of a person with COVID-19 for more than 15 minutes, living in the same household as someone with COVID-19, or having extended exposure over a period of time with someone with COVID-19
  • Based on current Will and Kendall County Health Department guidance, two positive COVID-19 cases in the same group is considered an “outbreak.” Such groups must quarantine for 10-14 days from the last date of exposure to an individual who is diagnosed.  This time frame can extend beyond the typical 10-14 days depending on the number of individuals diagnosed and the last date the group of individuals was together

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