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OCPS Launches COVID-19 Dashboard

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Orange County Public Schools has launched its own COVID-19 online dashboard to track confirmed cases across its 202 schools and its district offices.

The data is viewable by date, location, total number of cases and whether a case involves a student or employee.

A press release by OCPS says the data will be updated at 11:59pm every night.

Orange County joins Brevard and Seminole county school boards in publishing district-level COVID-19 dashboards. Osceola and Volusia counties are also tracking their cases, releasing updated numbers once and twice a week, respectively.

There are differences in the data, since the Florida Department of Health has declined to administrate a statewide school-related COVID-19 dashboard. The DOH instead left gathering and publishing the data up to each individual district.  

Orange County Public School’s COVID-19 dashboard can be reached through its website, ocps.net.

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