July 2, 2022

CDC – NBC Bay Area

A Govt-19 explosion at Marin County Elementary School a A study of how contagious the delta variant is.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have been notified The unvaccinated teacher was unwell in May and thought they had allergies. In school policy they were required to wear a mask, but the teacher removed the mask to read aloud, and within a few days, half of the 24 students tested positive.

The classroom layout shows the students’ Govt-19 exam results through the table. (Aug. 27, 2021)

The infection rate in the first two rows of the classroom, close to the teacher, is 80% – eight out of 10 students.

Sick students, siblings and parents, a total of 26 people were infected from a single case.

“It is safe to say that the Index case is an unvaccinated person unfit to be vaccinated,” said District Public Health Officer Dr Matt Willis. Mercury News. “All cases involve unvaccinated individuals who are eligible to be vaccinated but who have not been vaccinated and who are not eligible for vaccination according to age.

Jessica Aguirre of NBC Bay spoke to Tracy Lam-Hain of the Marine County Department of Health, and is the primary author of a CDC study on the COVID-19 eruption by a Marine County elementary teacher.

The CDC report did not name the elementary school in Marin County.

But in a statement released Friday night, The San Francisco Archbishop, who oversees Catholic schools in Marin County, released a partially read statement.

“The incident mentioned in the CDC report was an isolated situation and was addressed internally.”