(WXYZ) – The Wayne County Health Department is advising all schools in their jurisdiction to switch to distance learning due to the growing number of COVID-19 cases.
The advisory recommends distance learning until January 25, 2021.
“We have reached a point in the pandemic that we hoped the county would never see,” Wayne County Director Warren Evans said in a statement. “This advice is the strongest recommendation we can issue at this time to help prevent further spread of COVID-19.”
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The county says their counseling is for all public, non-public and boarding schools in their jurisdiction.
You can read the full advice below:
Public Health Advisory Re Schools 11-20-2020 by WXYZ-TV Channel 7 Detroit on Scribd
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