South Dakota school officials watching coronavirus spread closely   (Audio)

March 11, 2020
Mike Tanner

WATERTOWN, S.D.—South Dakota school districts are reacting to news that the coronavirus is now present in the state.

Prior to Tuesday’s announcement of five positive cases and one death in the state, Watertown School District Superintendent Dr. Jeff Danielsen (pictured) talked about what’s being done locally…

Danielsen says schools can be an ideal location for viruses of any kind to spread….

Classes have been cancelled today in the West Central School District in Hartford, South Dakota, where an adult male who has students in that school district has tested positive for the virus.