California’s Largest Schools To Go Online Only As U.S. Coronavirus Crisis Expands

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Madeline Sponsler FISM News

 

Two of California’s largest school districts, Los Angeles and San Diego, will be online only in the new term, and Oregon is mandating masks outdoors as local leaders scramble to curb a rising number of coronavirus cases nationwide.

Despite nearly 28,000 new COVID-19 cases in the last two days, Florida has announced no new measures such as a statewide mask mandate, and Disney World in Orlando remains open for business.

President Donald Trump demands schools reopen nationwide for in-person learning in the autumn. His campaign views reopening schools as necessary for economic recovery, allowing working parents with young children to be more productive.

 

Sourced from Reuters

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