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How to Prevent COVID-19 as Teachers Return to the Classroom


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As the 2020 school year approaches, many teachers may be wondering how to navigate the new dynamic in their classroom while also staying healthy. Every aspect of the school day is going to look different, and that’s ok. Check out this teacher’s guide to adjusting to these changes and creating a routine for preventing COVID-19.

If at any time you notice signs of illness, including a sore throat, fever, cough, or stuffy or runny nose, stay home and schedule a virtual visit with your St. Joseph and Texas A&M Health Network primary care physician.

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