Schools start with similar COVID plan as last year

Amid the recent surge in COVID-19 cases in town, Wrangell schools opened for classes on Monday with several measures in place to help protect students, staff and the community from further spread of the virus.

Those measures include face masks, sanitation cleaning, improved ventilation, distancing between students whenever possible, and policies for students and staff who travel out of town.

“It had been our hope that we would have been able to start the year with less restrictions, but the current COVID-19 variants (Delta especially, which is 97% of the positive cases in Alaska at this time)...


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