BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Several people are quarantining after positive coronavirus cases were reported at one Baltimore City school and a possible COVID exposure was reported at another.

City schools officials closed a learning pod at the Ashburton after an individual in the pod tested positive. Officials didn’t say if it was a student or a teacher. The result came from regular pool testing the schools do. The school closed the pod so students could quarantine and families could choose to get tested.

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A student at Gardenville reported to school with COVID-like symptoms and was advised to quarantine for 14 days or until they could produce a negative test result.

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Students and staff in the cohort were advised to quarantine.

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CBS Baltimore Staff