INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (ADAMS) – Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb says his plan to trade mask requirements for less strict rules on coronavirus quarantines in schools will help keep kids in the classroom.
On Wednesday, the governor said schools that require students and teachers to wear masks won’t have to quarantine people who came in close contact with someone who tests positive for the virus.
The governor also pushed for people to get fully vaccinated. He said vaccinations are the best way to get people back to work and get the state back to normal.
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