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Georgia Schools Reopen With Packed Hallways, Students Catching COVID

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Georgia Schools Reopen With Packed Hallways, Students Catching COVID

Georgia Schools Reopen With Packed Hallways, Students Catching COVID

Reopened schools in Georgia’s Paulding and Cherokee counties drew negative attention this week.

Viral photos showed students packing hallways with little regard for social distancing or mask-wearing.

The most prominent images were taken on Tuesday by a 10th grade student, reports HuffPost.

The student posted them on social media and described the hallway situation as severely jammed.

Other viral images showed students standing in close proximity for senior photos with no masks.


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