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Coal City High School students will have to do remote learning for the next two weeks due to positive Covid-19 cases. 

Superintendent Kent Bugg said in the first few weeks of the new school year, only three students had tested positive throughout the school district, but that changed yesterday. 

Bugg continued with his thoughts. 

Bugg said that is when the school district contacted the Grundy County Health Department. 

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