Governor McMaster Asks SC DHEC To Publicly Release COVID-19 Cases In Students

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Schools this week are slowly starting to return to the classroom or virtual learning.

For those districts bringing kids back to the classroom, the governor has made a request to SC DHEC, asking the agency to publicly release daily COVID-19 cases in students.

Also on Twitter, the governor quoted a Lancaster County teacher who is struggling with what to do with her own 7th grade child on the days she’s teaching.

See the tweet below.

McMaster has requested all students return to 5 days of face-to-face learning, and while that’s not happening in many districts, it does create financial challenges for families and in many cases, teachers who are trying to figure out the balance.

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