Los Gatos High reports 60 COVID cases, sends 2,000 exposure notices

Photo by George Sakkestad At least 60 students at Los Gatos High School have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past two weeks, the school announced Tuesday.

At least 60 students at Los Gatos High School have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past two weeks, the school announced Tuesday.

The positive cases increased after students returned home from spring break, and principal Kevin Buchanan said the school is not considering the surge in cases an outbreak.

“So, it’s not really an outbreak. No one here said it’s an outbreak,” Buchanan said in an interview. “The message that went home was we have

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