Kansas counties, biggest school district set new COVID rules
November 11, 2020
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas' largest public-school district has scrapped plans to allow its middle and high school students to attend some in-person classes and three counties have imposed new restrictions inspired by the coronavirus pandemic.
The moves by local officials come as the state works to expand its overall testing capacity so under a "unified" statewide strategy announced by Gov. Laura Kelly in late September. The strategy calls for regular testing of at-risk populations, including first responders, prison inmates, nursing home residents and K-12 students and staff, as well as m...