Fourteen people have tested positive for COVID-19 in Westchester County cluster may be sparked after the two families go to Florida and then to attend the graduation ceremony in the suburbs of New York County, officials said Monday.
Infected the crowd centralized access to the Sunshine States is currently a hotbed of coronavirus—and then took a drive through the graduation ceremony at the Chappaqua train station for Horace Greeley High School in June 20.
Thirteen individuals attended the ceremony has tested positive for the virus, the Westchester County Executive George Latimer said.
A student infected also went on a”field Night”event that evening, ABC7 reports. The event, which is not an accredited school, attended by youth and seniors from several high schools in the County.
“14 are positive, these people are associated with each other, by they are there or through personal Association, but this is what constitutes a cluster,”County Health Commissioner, Dr. Sherlita Amler said Monday.
All of the people infected with the self-isolation for 14 days.