Hudson County schools put finishing touches on COVID-19 safety enhancements before April reopenings

Thursday, March 11, 2021

Many of the new school COVID-19 protocols were set in place months ago — desks precisely measured 6 feet apart, translucent barriers shielding teachers’ desks, rigid sanitization regimes. Now though, those 2020-era school safety standards may actually be put to the test in many Hudson County districts that never opened in the fall, and finishing touches are being put in place to ensure everything goes as smoothly as possible when the kids return.

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