Rosemount Elementary Removed From MDH's COVID-19 Outbreak List

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ROSEMOUNT, MN — Rosemount Elementary School was recently removed from the Minnesota Department of Health's list of schools with recent COVID-19 outbreaks.

Here is the full list of Rosemount schools that have had recent COVID-19 outbreaks:

  • Parkview Elementary School

    • Oct. 17-30: 10-19 cases

    • Oct. 31-Nov. 13: 5-9 cases

    • Nov. 28-Dec. 11: 5-9 cases

    • The school remains on the list and MDH said it will release updated data when it is available.

  • Shannon Park Elementary School

    • Oct. 31-Nov. 13: 5-9 cases

    • Nov. 28-Dec. 11: 5-9 cases

    • The school remains on the list and MDH said it will release updated data when it is available.

  • Rosemount Middle School

    • Oct. 31-Nov. 13: 5-9 cases

    • Nov. 14-27: 10-19 cases

    • Nov. 28-Dec. 11: 5-9 cases

    • Dec. 26-Jan. 8: 5-9 cases

    • The school remains on the list and MDH said it will release updated data when it is available.

  • Rosemount Senior High School

    • Nov. 28-Dec. 11: 5-9 cases

    • Dec. 12-25: 5-9 cases

    • The school remains on the list and MDH said it will release updated data when it is available.

Editor's note: This information came from the Minnesota Department of Health. To view the list of schools on the current list, click here and search for "Cases in Pre-K through Grade 12 School Buildings."

A school has an outbreak when it reports five or more confirmed cases of the virus in students or staff who were in the building while infectious during the most recent two-week reporting period.

"School buildings listed may not have ongoing transmission," MDH noted. "School buildings that have not reported a new case for 28 days will be removed. If five or more cases are reported in a school building in a subsequent 2-week period, they will once again be listed."

Dakota County has 45 schools on the list.

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This article originally appeared on the Apple Valley-Rosemount Patch

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