Georgia’s second grader tested positive for coronavirus after first day of school, forcing class into quarantine


Two suburban Atlanta school districts that started in-person classes Monday with optional mask policies face more questions about COVID-19[feminine[feminine security protocols after photos on campus showed students shoulder to shoulder. The day after class resumed, a school announced that a second-grader had tested positive for coronavirus, forcing the child’s teacher and his classmates to be sent home in quarantine for two weeks, reports WGCL-TV, a subsidiary of CBS.In Cherokee County, dozens of seniors gathered at two of the district’s six high schools to take traditional photos of seniors on the first day of school, with students huddled together in black outfits. No one in the pictures from Sequoyah High School in Hickory Flat or Etowah High School in Woodstock was wearing a mask.

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In this photo posted on Twitter, students crowd a hallway on Tuesday, August 4, 2020, at North Paulding High School in Dallas, Georgia. / AP

In Paulding County, photos of students taken Monday and Tuesday show crowded hallways at North Paulding High School in Dallas. Less than half of the students represented wear masks.


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