Holy Name Catholic School’s sign in May 2020. (Eric Stone/KRBD)

A religious preschool in Ketchikan has shut down for two-weeks beginning Monday. That’s following a case of the coronavirus that’s been traced to someone who attends or works there — it wasn’t immediately clear. Holy Name Catholic Church’s pastor, Father Frank Reitter, broke the news during Sunday’s Mass, live-streamed on Facebook.

“Yesterday I got news that we do have to suspend the school for two weeks to have quarantine because of COVID,” Reitter told the congregation. “I don’t know about you, but I’ve had better weeks.”

Nobody at Holy Name Catholic School picked up the phone on Monday.

Ketchikan Charter School leases space from the church. But district officials say the temporary closure would not affect the charter school’s schedule.