More Than 65K Los Angeles Students And Staff Test Positive For COVID-19 As In-Person Classes Prepare To Resume

More Than 65K Los Angeles Students And Staff Test Positive For COVID-19 As In-Person Classes Prepare To Resume


More than 65,000 students and staff members in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) have tested positive for COVID-19 and will miss class as students prepare to return to in-person learning.

The information was shared in a Monday update from the LAUSD ahead of a planned return to in-person instruction on Tuesday.

As we prepare to welcome our students and employees back to school tomorrow, we know there is apprehension and we’ve added extra layers of protection for the return to school. pic.twitter.com/RLr0iAvxvX

— Los Angeles Unified (@LASchools) January 11, 2022

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The notification stated 65,630 students and employees had tested positive as of January 10 at 4 p.m. Testing is required for “all individuals” before the return from winter break.

Weekly testing will be required for “all individuals” through

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