The Hill reports:
An unvaccinated elementary school teacher in California who was diagnosed with COVID-19 infected half of the students in their classroom and sparked a community-wide outbreak, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The teacher showed up to work while symptomatic, and continued to teach for two days before receiving a test. The teacher reported nasal congestion and fatigue, but attributed symptoms to allergies.
The school required teachers and students to mask while indoors, but the teacher was reportedly unmasked when reading aloud to the class.
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An unvaccinated elementary school teacher who took off their mask to read to students ended up infecting over half of them in May — and they went on to infect other students, family members and community members, California public health officials reported https://t.co/fMyOnrKkGq
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