Kansas City’s ABC News affiliate reports:
The Pleasant Hill Board of Education voted unanimously to require masks in its schools. Following the announcement of the board’s decision, several people were throwing fits and hitting one another in the parking lot. Pleasant Hill sheriff’s deputies got involved and handcuffed one individual.
The unrest led to more police officers arriving on scene. The district has 21 positive COVID-19 cases. One-hundred-eighty staff and students are in quarantine for exposure. There have been more positive cases in the first nine days of school than halfway through of all last school year.
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— 4StateNews (@4StateNews) September 8, 2021