RIVERTON, Utah — The Jordan District School Board will hold an emergency meeting Wednesday night to address COVID-19 at Riverton High School, which has 16 active cases.
The board will consider whether to quarantine the school for two weeks, under the plan they prepared for the Utah State Board of Education before the school year began.
As soon as the decision comes down, you’ll hear it live on KSL NewsRadio and we will update that information here as well.
This story will be updated.
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