FAIRFAX COUNTY, Va. (WDVM) – – Virginia’s largest faculty system, Fairfax County Public Schools, says it’s limiting a few of its COVID-19 testing choices because of the low transmission of the virus within the space.
The faculty system will now not have elective weekly screenings for all faculties. It’s additionally stopping drive-thru testing at two foremost places, together with the Gatehouse Administration Center and its Sideburn Center.
School leaders say low ranges of COVID-19 circumstances and a excessive vaccine fee for college students led to the choice.
It’s unclear how academics, mother and father, or children really feel in regards to the transfer.
The faculty system remains to be providing a particular testing program for college students with signs of COVID-19.