In the wake of two students testing positive for the coronavirus in two different school districts in Onondaga County, county health officials are developing ways to get quicker information on potential cases.
County Executive Ryan McMahon said it was inevitable that there would be a positive coronavirus test as children returned to school. But he said Monday the protocol in place handled it well.
We quickly isolated the individual, quickly quarantined. Every case is different with contact tracing, but certainly I think the process worked very, very well," McMahon said.