BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore City Schools announced Tuesday they’re scaling back reopening plans amid a surge in coronavirus cases statewide.
The district will now reopen 27 schools instead of the original 44 in light of the rising number of cases.READ MORE: WATCH LIVE: Officials To Give Update On Arson Investigation Linked To Former Laurel Police Chief David M. Crawford At Noon
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Those will reopen beginning November 16.READ MORE: Video Shows Baltimore County Man Elias Costianes In Senate Elevator, Chambers During Capitol Riot
The district said families may choose the in-person learning option or remain virtual.
City Schools has also launched a dashboard to share COVID-19 data specific to schools on the recommendation of the Health Advisory Committee.MORE NEWS: COVID In Maryland: 809 New Cases, Hospitalizations Flat