CARROLL COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) - The Carroll County Health Department has told the local school systems that the county will become a COVID Red Zone starting Wednesday, December 9th.
Delphi School Corporation Superintendent Dan Ronk sent a letter to parents with this information on Tuesday. He said in the letter that at this time, Delphi Schools will continue in-person instruction.
He told parents many students have had contact with COVID outside of schools, and that they will continue to monitor the situation in hopes of remaining open until December 18th when the district breaks for the holidays.
Carroll County will join 16 other Indiana Counties currently in the red zone. Including Warren and White Counties locally. Click here to read more about the restrictions in place for red counties.
According to its agenda, the City of Delphi Common Council discussed a face-covering mandate at its meeting on Monday but did not take action on the item.