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Weekly report: COVID-19 in schools

As the 2020-2021 school year continues during the COVID-19 pandemic, ABC Action News will take parents and guardians through the numbers of COVID-19 in the Tampa Bay area school systems.RECOMMENDED: MAP: Tampa Bay area schools that have reported confirmed positive COVID-19 casesHillsboroughPlant High School versus Steinbrenner High School football game is canceled due to quarantines at Plant High. 86 cases of COVID-19 in schoolsIncludes private and charter schools from the prior week. That information is released in a new weekly report from the state. Pinellas51 new cases among staff and students. Includes private and charter schools from the prior week. That information is released in a new weekly report from the state.Polk38 new cases among staff and students. The district removed their COVID-19 dashboard. So, the public will be required to depend on the state statistics that are released every Tuesday. Those numbers are a week old.RECOMMENDED: Polk County School District releases more information on COVID-19 cases in schoolsPasco31 new cases among staff and students. Includes private and charter schools from the prior week. That information is released in a new weekly report from the state.Sarasota13 cases among students and staff. Includes private and charter schools from the prior week. That information is released in a new weekly report from the state.Sarasota County changed its COVID-19 Dashboard. The district no longer identifies daily or cumulative cases, simply who in their schools is currently positive and/or isolated. We’re doing our best to keep track of these cases. Manatee15 new cases among students and staff. Includes private and charter schools from the prior week. That information is released in a new weekly report from the state.HighlandsNo new cases among staff and students. Two cases at Hill-Gustat Middle on October 2 were not included in our previous update. Citrus7 new cases among students and staff.***Weekly data is from Sunday, October 4 to October 9 at 8 a.m\.

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