An Upper East Side Catholic school has been shut in light of the fact that testing uncovered low levels of legionella microscopic organisms in a cooling tower. As 1010 WINS’ Al Jones only reported, staff gatherings planned for Monday and Tuesday have been moved while kept cleaning is directed. Foremost Joseph Ciancaglini sent employees at The Convent of the Sacred Heart School, 1 E. 91st St., a letter clarifying the circumstance.

“While it was just found in little sums and is unrealistic to have contaminated anybody, we have shut the houses this weekend to annihilate the microbes. The cooling framework will be sanitized twice throughout the weekend, managed by a natural building firm that is talented in managing this microorganisms,” the letter said. As CBS2’s Valerie Castro reported, the disclosure came after the cooling tower was tried as an aftereffect of enactment as of late went taking after a Legionnaires’ episode in the Bronx. FULL REPORT