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CPS won’t administer COVID-19 tests at all schools until mid-September, officials say

Por: Chicago Sun Times Nation September 03, 2021

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After touting a large-scale plan for weekly COVID-19 testing of all Chicago Public Schools students and staff this fall, district officials said Thursday that the program won’t operate at full capacity until a few weeks into the school year. Parents, students and educators who expected widespread testing at the start of the school year have been left frustrated by the delay and anxious about whether it would hurt early detection of case... + full article



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