Ohio County Closes Schools While Keeping Casinos Open

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The black­jack tables remain open in Tole­do, Ohio, but some mid­dle schools and all high schools are required to close.

An order issued by Ohio’s Lucas Coun­ty Region­al Board of Health on Nov. 25 man­dat­ed that “edu­ca­tion for Grades 7–12 (or 9 to 12 depend­ing on school con­fig­u­ra­tion) will be vir­tu­al from Decem­ber 4th until Jan­u­ary 11th” to pre­vent the spread of COVID-19. 

The order exempts ele­men­tary schools, with­out explain­ing why.

Due to antic­i­pat­ed issues with stu­dents in grades K‑6 (unless the school­con­fig­u­ra­tion is grades K‑8 who can fol­low K‑6 orders), schools may remain open, but may only open those facil­i­ties required to pro­vide in-per­son edu­ca­tion for stu­dents in those grades.

»> What’s the best way for Amer­i­ca to reopen and return to busi­ness? The Nation­al Coro­n­avirus Recov­ery Commission, …


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