How many COVID-19 cases and quarantines are in your JCPS school? Search the data

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. — At least 1,757 Jefferson County Public Schools students and staff are positive for COVID-19.

Of those cases, 323 are students and 101 are staff who reported positive over the weekend.

Another 863 people are in quarantine due to exposure as of Tuesday morning, according to the district's COVID-19 dashboard.

District numbers are potentially lower due to reporting delays.

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Those who test positive and need to quarantine are not counted in the district's quarantine total. Kids participating in the test-to-stay program may be included in the quarantine counts, JCPS said.

So far in the 2021-22 school year, JCPS has reported 9,905 positive student cases and 30,286 student quarantines.

Including staff, there have been 13,210 positive cases and at least 31,024 quarantines this school year.

Our searchable database of JCPS COVID-19 information is now housed at this link. (Due to companywide technical issues, the database may not appear.)

See something that seems off? Contact education reporter Olivia Krauth at okrauth@courierjournal.com.

This article originally appeared on Louisville Courier Journal: JCPS COVID dashboard finds cases, quarantines in Louisville schools

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