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S.C. superintendent tests positive for COVID-19

When asked whether the coronavirus vaccine would it be required for kids going to school, Molly...
When asked whether the coronavirus vaccine would it be required for kids going to school, Molly Spearman said, “I don’t have the answer for that yet. I think particularly with staff that is an answer that will have to come from the health experts as to what will happen to each district as far as a requirement.” (Source: Live 5)(WRDW)
Published: Jan. 4, 2021 at 12:49 PM EST
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COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) - On Monday, South Carolina Superintendent Molly Spearman announced she tested positive for COVID-19.

Spearman said she was tested on December 31 and was self-quarantined after being identified as a close contact to her husband and her son, who both tested positive for the virus.

“Our family is in good spirits and is fortunate to have only mild symptoms,” Spearman tweeted. “We will continue to follow CDC and DHEC protocols for isolation and quarantine.”

Spearman added she intends to work from home and take part in meetings virtually while she remains in quarantine.

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