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Columbia School Board Votes On In-Class Schooling

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Monroe County Health Dept. Director John Wagner talks about limiting covid in schools during the Sept. 14 meeting of the Columbia School Board.
Monroe County Health Dept. Director John Wagner talks about limiting covid in schools during the Sept. 14 meeting of the Columbia School Board.

The Columbia School Board voted unanimously on Monday night to begin in-class schooling on Sept. 28. County Health Dept. Director John Wagner provided his input to the board during their Sept. 14 meeting. He advised them that if they follow protocols and properly report on any positive cases that arise, they could proceed with in …

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