Manor ISD student self-isolating at home after visiting Houston Rodeo

A high school student and their parent are self-isolating at home.

A Manor High School senior and their parent are taking the precautions after visiting the Houston Rodeo on Monday, March 9, according to Manor ISD. They were there just days after a man in Montgomery County visited the rodeo. The Montgomery County individual has been tested and is a presumptive positive patient with the coronavirus, according to Manor ISD.

The results of that test from the CDC are still pending.

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"While we await the results for the individual, out of an abundance of caution, the student and parent are under self-monitoring and social distancing at home. At last check, both the parent and student are not showing any COVID-19 symptoms. The parent and student did not return to campus after visiting the Houston Rodeo," Manor ISD said in a letter addressed to their community. 

The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo had been canceled because of Coronavirus COVID-19.

Mayor Sylvester Turner, Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo and local health officials held a joint conference Wednesday afternoon to announce the major closure. It is the first time in HLSR history that it has been closed after opening 88 years ago.