NJ Health Dept. prepares school closure guidelines amid virus concernsPosted: Updated:
The New Jersey Department of Health has released guidelines for possible school closures due to the coronavirus.
Officials say there could be a possibility of certain schools or child care facilities have to shut down over concerns.
The DOH is urging schools to work with their boards of education to come up with a plan.
As News 12 has reported, New Jersey has identified four presumptive positive cases in the state. Neighboring New York has at least 44 confirmed cases.
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