NJ schools implement pandemic restrictions amid rise in COVID-19 cases

In Millburn, the district will send students home early Tuesday and Wednesday to try and reduce the amount of time they're around each other.

News 12 Staff

Dec 21, 2021, 1:46 PM

Updated 939 days ago

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Some schools across the state are taking action to stop the spread of COVID-19 amid a spike in cases.
In Millburn, the district will send students home early Tuesday and Wednesday to try and reduce the amount of time they're around each other. Thursday was already a scheduled half-day.
Changes are also being implemented at Plainfield Public Schools. Starting Tuesday, in-district students will be online only for the rest of the week. Out-of-district students will follow their regular schedule.
The superintendent says they are working with the State Department of Education on bringing back students safely in January.


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