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Gov. Newsom Orders All Public, Private Schools In Watch-Listed Counties To Stay Closed

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Gov. Newsom Orders All Public, Private Schools In Watch-Listed Counties To Stay Closed

Gov. Newsom Orders All Public, Private Schools In Watch-Listed Counties To Stay Closed

Southern California campuses won’t reopen for the first day of school because Gov.

Gavin Newsom handed down new guidelines Friday, ordering schools to stay closed in counties on the state’s COVID-19 watch list.


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