Students who attended Issaquah HS football game may have been exposed to COVID-19

High school administration have notified all close contacts, according to a letter to families.

ISSAQUAH, Wash. — Students who attended an Issaquah High School home football game on Sept. 10 are being asked to get a COVID-19 test after “a few” tested positive and were infectious at the time.

High school administration have notified all close contacts, according to a letter to families. However, Public Health – Seattle & King County is recommending all students who attended that game get tested. 

The department is also telling students to be “extra vigilant” in monitoring for symptoms over the next 10 days and wear a mask,

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