By CBS3 Staff

DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (CBS) — Central Bucks School District says it will reopen on Monday and operate on a normal schedule. The district canceled class for five of its schools on Friday after officials say people within the district were exposed to a confirmed case of coronavirus in another state.

Butler, CB South, Titus, Tohickon and Tamanend were closed out of an abundance of caution after officials say a person from out of state, who is now known to have coronavirus, attended a recent private gathering at a residence in Central Bucks County.

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Bucks County officials announced Friday night that those who came into contact with the coronavirus patient have all tested negative for the virus.

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The district says it’s working closely with the Bucks County Health Department.