A Georgia school’s reopening may very well be exhibit A on the lack of COVID-19 safety precautions. Look at this hallway, which looks like a superspreader’s dream.
The photo shows the first day back for kids in Paulding County, where schools are opening their doors with “guidelines”. Judging from the pic it’s an absolute failure.
Students are crammed in a narrow hallway. Also almost half of them are walking side by side without face coverings.
Georgia’s “Path to Recovery for K-12 Schools” lists “prioritizing safety” as its top concern for the reopenings. It sure doesn’t look like that’s being followed.
This school photo is not the only one to raise eyebrows this week in Georgia. Another from Etowah High School in Woodstock shows a large group of seniors bunched together for a color-coordinated clothing pic … ALL without masks.
The troubling photos come on the heels of coronavirus cases being reported at other recently reopened schools. Which has led to protests over the unsafe nature of doing so.
As everyone knows, kids can infect their parents and grandparents. Also the teachers are at risk when students are in situations that make transmission almost inevitable.
President Trump, of course, has been a vocal proponent of reopening schools … while ignoring the inherent risks.
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