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COVID cases rising in Anne Arundel public schools, but AACPS says cases aren’t spreading in its buildings

April 9, 2021

Schools Superintendent George Arlotto said an increase of COVID-19 cases in Anne Arundel County has resulted in an increase in cases in public schools –— but there isn’t evidence that the disease is spreading within schools. “The cases are coming from the outside and they are impacting schools,” Arlotto told the Board of Education on Wednesday. “We are quarantining students, we’re having to quarantine staff, we’re having to quarantine parts of athletic teams and in some cases entire athletic teams.”

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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