PARMA, Ohio — On Saturday, the Parma City School District announced that a second employee at John Muir Elementary has tested positive for COVID-19 coronavirus. 

"We learned this morning that a second member of the John Muir staff has tested positive for COVID-19," the district wrote in a release. "The individual is resting and recuperating, and is self-quarantined at home. We contacted the Ohio Department of Health's Coronavirus hotline to seek guidance. The representative indicated that, due to the nature and number of interactions between individuals within a school, all families and staff members should consider that they or their child may have been exposed to the virus."

Parma City Schools says it completed a professional sterilization of John Muir on Friday. 

On Wednesday evening, the district informed the public that an employee at John Muir tested positive for coronavirus and was "resting and recuperating, and is self-quarantined at home"  in a Facebook post.  There is no update on the first employee's condition.

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