WILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington School Superintendent Dr. Glenn Brand recently announced that Wilmington Public Schools, in collaboration with the Wilmington Board of Health, has created a COVID-19 Dashboard that reports cumulative positive cases by school.
This information is the official data reported to Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and excludes those learning or teaching in a fully-remote model.
View the dashboard HERE. There are currently two active cases within the school community — one at the Wilmington Middle School and one amongst district-wide staff (Central Office or Student Support Services).
The dashboard will be updated every Friday by 5pm.
Wilmington Health Director To Update Selectmen On Monday Night, Currently 45 Active Cases In Town
On Friday morning, the Wilmington Health Department publicly reported that the community has 45 active COVID-19 positive cases, with an additional 50+ residents in quarantine. 37 of the 45 active cases are from residents who are 50 or under.
Newhouse will be giving an update to the Wilmington Board of Selectmen at the start of their meeting on Monday night at 7pm. The meeting will air live on WCTV.
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