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MASK MASK: Cherry Creek School District raises mask requirement

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. (KDVR.

The Tri-County Health Department will not renew the face covering medical order that expires on Friday, and CCSD will comply with the medical order. room.

Other school districts have not made such announcements.

“DPS did not make any changes to our mask policy,” a Denver Public Schools representative told FOX31.

“Respirators are still required in all PSD facilities,” said Poudre School District. We have NOT determined what the county’s announcement will mean for the existing PSD protocol that requires masks and will communicate the county’s decision as soon as possible. ”

“We will monitor guidance and are determined to best avoid having to isolate our students and keep them at school,” said Adams 14 School.

Local health experts say masks can keep children healthy and reduce the likelihood of illness.

“I think if masks are worn properly, it will help reduce how easy it is to spread bacteria from one person to another. Not only COVID but also RSV and flu. We know it’s the respiratory tract. If you’re wearing a mask, transmission is greatly reduced,” said Rocky Mountain Children’s Hospital Medical Director, Dr. Reginald Washington.

TCHD mask quest expansion in school last week until February 4th.

https://kdvr.com/news/local/cherry-creek-school-district-lifts-mask-mandate/ MASK MASK: Cherry Creek School District raises mask requirement

Tom Vazquez

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