A Fort Worth ISD official said two representatives died due to COVID-19 this week.
On Tuesday, the Fort Worth ISD educational committee held a gathering to get an update about the area's "protected re-visitation of learning."
During the gathering, area authorities delivered the most recent COVID-19 case numbers and responded to inquiries from board individuals.
Board member Roxanne Martinez inquired whether there had been any deaths among representatives and students from COVID-19. Associate administrator Michael Steinert addressed that there had been two workers who died from the Covid this week.
No further subtleties were delivered about the workers.
The region detailed there was just shy of 1,000 dynamic COVID-19 cases, 734 among understudies and 192 among representatives, as of September 10. That represented 1% of the understudy populace and 1.7% of the area's representatives.
There were likewise 4,873 dynamic understudy isolates and 411 worker isolates.
Since August 10, the area detailed there have been 12,177 understudies who have tried positive or who have had close contact with somebody who tested positive on or off grounds.
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