Georgia schools reopened, and they made the parents’ nightmare come true.
Infection rates among students and teachers are spiking, and over 1,000 people are in quarantine after the unsuccessful school reopening.
According to the parents and what their kids are saying, the protective measures were not respected, and students were still getting together despite the seating charts.
Not respecting the distance and the seating charts is a sign of extreme irresponsibility and shows that the nation is not ready for this move.
Unless the government announces strict measures and requires a facial mask instead of only recommending it, the situation will only get worse.
The new hot spot of COVID-19 is reported in Cherokee County School District in Georgia.
While students go back to school and get infected with COVID-19, CDC is making terrifying predictions.
According to their newest report, the number of coronavirus deaths by September 5 will escalate to 188,982, with possible variations between 181,375 to 201,431.
“State- and territory-level ensemble forecasts predict that the number of reported new deaths per week may increase over the next four weeks in Colorado and may decrease in Arizona, the Northern Mariana Islands, Vermont, and Wyoming,” according to their forecasting website.