Virginia's Alexandria schools will not switch to three feet of distance inside classrooms


At least six ft apart through the rest of the school year, the CDC has said that with adequate masking students could be as close as three ft to one another. All other major school systems in Northern Virginia are going with the CDC guidance. But Alexandria City School officials said they're worried that the switch could lead to high levels of quarantining. The Washington Post reports. The district will switch to three FT between desks during summer school. And when classes resume in the fall coming up here on W T O P. We'll hear from

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