L.A.-area elementary schools could reach threshold for reopening in two to three weeks, Ferrer says
Elementary school campuses in Los Angeles County could be eligible to reopen in two to three weeks if countywide coronavirus infection rates continue to drop, county Public Health Department Director Barbara Ferrer said Wednesday.
While the possibility of a quick return is sure to thrill some parents and students, school officials and some local advocacy groups expressed caution over the development. And Ferrer warned that the current positive trend could easily reverse.
For schools to be able to open “assumes that everybody continues to do their very best — play by the rules to keep…