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If COVID-19 cases increase, will Arizona schools have to close again? Here's what health officials say

azcentral.com Wednesday, 16 September 2020
While COVID-19 cases are declining in Arizona, it's possible virus spread could speed up again. Whether schools close again will be a local decision.
 
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News video: Schools in Southwest Florida with report COVID-19 cases

Schools in Southwest Florida with report COVID-19 cases 01:31

This is a list of schools that have reported COVID-19 cases in Southwest Florida.

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