The Harris County School District will require all students to wear masks beginning Monday after announcing 389 students are in quarantine after they were... Harris County changes mask policy after 389 students in quarantine

The Harris County School District will require all students to wear masks beginning Monday after announcing 389 students are in quarantine after they were potentially exposed to COVID-19. The updated policy was made to keep as many students in school as possible as COVID-19 cases increase, according to a news release from the school district. With the mask mandate, students who stay at least three feet from others and are symptom-free will not have to quarantine.

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