A middle school in Monrovia will be open Thursday morning after crews performed a deep cleaning overnight after a parent came in contact with someone exposed to the novel coronavirus.
The parent has a student who attends Clifton Middle School, but the Monrovia Unified School District said in a statement neither the parent or their children have shown signs of any coronavirus symptoms, but placed themselves in self-isolation for 14 days. It was unclear when the self-isolation began.
The school was cleaned on Wednesday and was scheduled to be open Thursday.
The parent works in the health industry and had been in contact with someone who was exposed to the virus, according to broadcast reports.