COALVILLE, Utah. — In an effort to curb further spread of Covid-19, North Summit High School announced Tuesday, Nov. 17 their decision to shift their classes online due to a spike in cases within the school. According to a blog post by Intermountain Healthcare, infectious disease expert Eddie Stenehjem, MD, points out 15 to 24-year-olds as the demographic for highest rate of infection. While the high school students will be learning virtually until Nov. 30, the elementary and middle school students in the North Summit School District will still be attending class in-person.
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