Two Immaculate High School students in Danbury have tested positive for COVID-19, and the school has moved to distance learning for the next two weeks. The City health department recommended the temporary closure after 1 student in each cohort contracted coronavirus outside of school. The school nurse sent a message to families on Monday about the positive result and said the person involved had not been in the building since September 23rd. Immaculate is reviewing its protocols and expects to break lunch into three waves instead of two, in order to spread students out. According to the schools reopening plan and social distancing guidelines, the dining hall can fit 100 students.