My school reopened on June 22. A teacher got Covid-19 just days later.

When the school where I work as a school psychologist reopened on June 22, about 20 of us on the education staff returned. My school is inside a juvenile detention center. In the spring, while we taught online classes, several Department of Juvenile Services (DJS) workers, who staff the facility 24 hours a day, had contracted the virus, as well as several youth. Fortunately, everyone recovered, and by mid-June there hadn’t been a case in the facility for a month. Statewide, Maryland had done well with flattening the curve. Many youth had been released, so we returned to only 35 students. (Balt Sun)

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