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By Chris Lash and Staff Reports
The Union City Area School District will return to virtual learning starting today, after more positive cases of Covid-19 we’re found at the elementary school. The public was informed by phone call yesterday. Students will attend classes online, the way they do in person until their Christmas break. The district is deep cleaning and hoping for a return to in person learning after the first of the year. This is part of Pennsylvania’s policy, which all school districts in the state agreed to do.
On Tuesday, the county is reporting 299 new positive cases of COVID-19 and 16 additional deaths. Yesterdays increase puts the cumulative total at 7,169 cases since March. It is believed by many, that this is the start of a new spike following the Thanksgiving holiday. Union City has climbed to 105 cases of Covid-19, Corry jumps to 205, and Waterford to 182.
The Wolf administration is expected to announce Wednesday new restrictions on gatherings, events and businesses that will take effect starting Saturday. Indoor gatherings and events involving people from more than one household will be prohibited. Outdoor gatherings and events will be limited to 10 percent capacity or 10 people per 1,000 square foot – and cannot exceed 2,000 people.
Indoor dining will not be allowed, but takeout, delivery and outdoor dining will still be permitted. Gyms and indoor exercise classes will be prohibited, as well as recreational businesses and activities including theaters, bowling alleys and casinos. High schools and colleges will also be required to move to online instruction only.