SACRAMENTO (AP) — A substitute teacher in the Sacramento City Unified School District has died after contracting the coronavirus, the district announced Monday.
The teacher died on Sunday, according to a district statement. It didn't indicate how the teacher might have become infected with COVID-19.
The instructor, who also was a temporary volunteer, worked at Sutterville Elementary School in February.
Sacramento County's website was updated Monday to show that 2 people had died and that both were older than 70 and had underlying health conditions. The first death in the county was a woman in her 90s who lived at an Elk Grove nursing home. The county now has 33 confirmed cases of coronavirus.
Mayor Darrell Steinberg called the death tragic.
"This death underscores the seriousness of