260 students & 8 teachers in GA's largest school district had to quarantine in their 1st-week back
The largest school district in Georgia had 260 students and eight teachers go into quarantine after an outbreak of coronavirus occurred among multiple students and staff in their first week of reopening, per KTLA.
The Cherokee County School District reported at least 11 students and two staff members have tested positive for coronavirus, and those who possibly been exposed were instructed to quarantine for two weeks.
🏠: Quarantined students will receive online learning while they stay home, the district said.
🏫: A Georgia second-grader tested positive for coronavirus after attending the first day of school, per CBS Atlanta.
👉: Cherokee County does not require students to wear masks in school and doesn't view social distancing as possible, according to WSB-TV.