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Ideally yes


Schools will be mixing a large population that has not been together in nearly six months for six hours a day up to five days a week and without proper social distancing if they are going full time.

But I don't think it is feasible to test them all, especially with slow test results.

It will be interesting to see how schools deal with positive tests.

(In response to this post by Hopsblues)

Posted: 08/05/2020 at 12:04AM



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