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Montgomery: A company for academics is expressing concern that youngsters are being allowed to return to high school earlier than finishing required COVID-19 quarantine durations, doubtlessly placing the well being of scholars and college staff in danger. The Alabama Schooling Affiliation despatched a letter Thursday to the Alabama Board of Medical Examiners saying it had discovered some medical doctors are writing excuses for college students to return to high school earlier than mandated quarantine durations expired. Theron Stokes, affiliate govt director of AEA, mentioned medical doctors ought to concentrate on the rules and comply with them. “When college students return to high school having not accomplished the whole 14-day quarantine interval, they’re inserting their fellow college students and their colleges’ staff in danger. For college students and college staff who’ve underlying well being situations, these choices could be lethal,” Stokes wrote. The group mentioned it’s gross negligence to disregard the quarantine tips and threatened potential authorized motion.

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