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CPS COVID-19 testing program ripped as ‘an abject failure’ after more delays, few students sign up

Por: Chicago Sun Times Nation September 15, 2021

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Two weeks into a new school year during which Chicago Public Schools officials said they would be “committed to testing 100% of CPS students and staff each week” for COVID-19, only 3.3% of students and less than 20% of staff have signed up for the voluntary program, according to new data released by the district Tuesday. The school system is also planning to administer tests at only one-third of its schools this week, for the second time... + full article



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