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It’s unsafe for most of Washington students to return to school buildings this fall, state says

Seattle Times

It’s unsafe for a vast majority of Washington’s 1.1 million students to return to classrooms for in-person learning this fall, including for those in King, Pierce and Snohomish counties, according to recommendations Gov. Jay Inslee and the state’s top health and education officials announced Wednesday afternoon.

The guidance offers advice to districts — but doesn’t mandate school closures or other measures — based on local incidence of the novel coronavirus. Inslee unveiled the recommendations during a Wednesday press conference, where he was joined by the state’s schools chief Chris Reykdal and state health officer Dr. Kathy Lofy.

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