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Columbus K-12 Schools Can Resume In-Person Classes, City Health Commissioner Says

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Columbus Public Health now recommends the district move to a hybrid model, similar to the one the district originally proposed in June.

Columbus Health commissioner Dr. Mysheika Roberts released new recommendations for in-person learning on Thursday afternoon. They include creating seating charts for classrooms and buses that allow for six feet of distance between students at all times, and making masks mandatory for everyone but those under the age of 6.

Related: Columbus City Schools is resuming athletics and extracurricular activities on Saturday after a two-week suspension (Columbus Dispatch).