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Idaho City sports practices, games canceled after high school volleyball player gets COVID-19


All members of the volleyball team will be quarantined and participate in remote learning from home for the next 14 days.IDAHO CITY, Idaho — Idaho City schools' atheletic practices and games have been canceled after a high school volleyball player tested positive for COVID-19, school officials say. Basin School District Superintendent Brian Hunicke announced the diagnosis Tuesday in a message to parents. The girl who tested positive had not been at the high school since Thursday, Hunicke said, and an investigation by Central District Health has not found any cases of transmission to other students or staff at the high school, middle school or elementary school level.

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