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FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham Public School district reported 33 new COVID cases on Wednesday.

The 33 new cases today, January 26, are up from the 24 cases on Tuesday.

It is unknown if the 33 cases are all students, staff, or a combination of both. The district does not separate that number in its dashboard.

On January 10, the district reported a record, one-day high of 148 new cases, as the Omicron variant was surging. It now appears to be waning.

The district is now reporting 2,181 total COVID cases during the 2021-2022 school year. There are just under 10,000 students in the school district.

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Last week, there were 510 cases reported in the Framingham Public Schools, which is more than 36% of all cases reported during the 2021-2022 school year.

Students and staff returned back to the classrooms on Monday, January 3, after the winter holiday vacation break.

There have been exactly 1,585 cases in the school district since January 1, 2022, which is more than 70% of all cases this school year.

Today the district reported 6 new COVID cases at Walsh Middle Schools

There were 4 new COVID-19 cases reported at Dunning and Brophy Elementary schools.

Barbieri reported 4 new coronavirus cases, as did Stapleton Elementary.

Three new cases were reported at Framingham High.

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Two new COVID cases were reported at Potter Road Elementary

One case was reported at the following schools: Fuller Middle, King Elementary, and Hemenway Elementary.

One new case was reported at the Farley administration building, bringing the total cases there to 38

Framingham High School leads the school district with 547 cases, during the 2021-22 school year. There are roughly 2,400 student at the high school.

Walsh Middle School is second with 195 cases.

Cameron has had 171 cases.

Barbieri has 149 cases this school year.

Eleven schools have recorded more than 100 cases each this school year.

By editor

Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.