Officials at Houston County’s public schools on Monday said students at three of its campuses had been alerted of possible coronavirus exposures. In an emailed... Positive tests reported at 3 Houston County schools

Officials at Houston County’s public schools on Monday said students at three of its campuses had been alerted of possible coronavirus exposures. In an emailed statement sent to area news outlets, a school system spokeswoman said individuals at Shirley Hills Elementary in Warner Robins and Perry High and Perry Middle schools had tested positive for COVID-19 in recent days.

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  • Laura

    August 10, 2020 #1 Author

    But yet, everyone continues to act as if the virus is nonexistent or if they are invincible. This virus is very real people and it will kill you! No matter if you’re 1 or 101. Our Governor is an IDIOT for ever opening the state back up. And to all of those that “followed” you’re and idiot as well.

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