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TRINITY, N.C. (WGHP) — Trinity Elementary School will move to remote learning for the next two weeks after a COVID cluster was reported, according to a statement released by the Randolph County School System on Friday.

The full statement is provided below:

“The school system learned of a positive COVID-19 case today, 9/24/21, associated with a member of Trinity Elementary School. With this case, a total of five positive COVID-19 cases related to each other have been associated with the school during the 9/19/21-9/24/21 time period. While only two of these positive COVID-19 cases affected the school’s campus, this situation constitutes a cluster. As a result, the school system has decided to place Trinity Elementary School on remote instruction for all students at the school starting on 9/27/21 through the end of the day on 10/8/21. Face-to-face instruction will resume for all students on 10/11/21.”