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WV coronavirus czar: contact tracing at schools presents challenges

August 26th, 2020 by WCBC Radio

With classes due to start in West Virginia on September 8th, questions remain on how a child testing positive for COVID-19 would affect his or her classmates.

West Virginia Coronavirus Czar Dr. Clay Marsh tells WCBC there would be an impact on those in the room with such a child…

 

One Response to “WV coronavirus czar: contact tracing at schools presents challenges”

  1. August 26, 2020 at 7:53 am, mac said:

    If I remember correctly kids are all in the hallways at the same time in the morning heading for the classrooms. Then after so many classes they are all in the hallways again heading for lunch where they all eat in the cafeteria. Then back in the hall,class,hall, and so on.
    How will they isolate the positive from the general population? It’s as if this is all brand new to them. Kids laugh, run, play together and then they all head for home. It will be a quagmire.

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