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Twinsburg City School District blames Halloween house party for spike in COVID-19 cases at high school


In a letter to parents, Superintendent Kathryn Powers says a large number of students attended this party and didn’t follow any safe guidelines.

“When you start to mix people from other bubbles, it causes cases,” said Donna Skoda, Summit County health commissioner. Skoda says even though it’s hard, students and their families need to put large gatherings on hold for right now.

So far in Twinsburg, the school district has 25 new cases, with most being from Twinsburg High.

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