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A driver who supports food distribution for McCluer North High School i
Florissant died during school closure after testing positive for coronavirus
, A a letter from district overseer Joseph Davis said
The second driver died after a prolonged illness not related to coronavirus, but had viral symptoms before death, the statement said. The driver supports food distribution Cross Keys Middle School
, also in Florissant, before the start of spring break on March 23.
A third staff member who also worked at McCluer North High School was also tested positive for the virus, Davis said.
No employee has worked since Spring,
which began more than 14 days ago, the district has decided to suspend food distribution for the week of April 6 to April 10.
The suspension of food services aims to ensure the safety of students, families and employees in the neighborhood, according to a press release.
The district is studying alternative for food distribution
to support the community. The state of Missouri is the subject of residential orders until April 24.
“This is a very difficult time, especially because we are more isolated from each other,” Davis said in the letter. “Even if we are physically separated, I know that together we will go through this crisis.”