More than a dozen Connecticut schools have been temporarily closed due to COVID-19.
The tally comes on the heels of Gov. Ned Lamont’s Monday, Sept. 14, comment, that schools should not close for a single COVID-19 infection.
Some of the schools that close did so after a single case, others had discovered multiple cases. Some schools have scrapped plans for in-person classes and went for a fully remote education.
Here are the school districts, according to Patch, that have temporarily closed one or more school buildings:
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