By Bria Brown

DETROIT, Mich. (CBS DETROIT) – Two Detroit summer school students have tested positive for the coronavirus, according to officials.

This comes after a judge ordered tests be administered as a condition for attendance in the voluntary classes.

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The Detroit News reported Friday students were told to self-quarantine with their families.

Since the U.S. District Judge’s order Tuesday, more than 250 students have been tested.

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According to the Detroit Public Schools, more than 600 students have been attending in person classes since July 13. The district has also provided online options for the students.

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