SCS suspends food service for children after nutritionist tests positive for coronavirus

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Shelby County Schools is indefinitely suspending all food sites for children after one of their nutritionists tested positive for the virus.

The district had originally set up more 60 locations for children to receive the food that would normally receive during school hours.

However, after the development of a worker testing positive all sites have been shut down.

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Shelby County Schools Superintendent said in a news conference that he is urging partners to step up to help feed the children.

If you want to help feed the children, please email partnersupport@scsk12.org.

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