Oneida Co. reaching out to county gyms, fitness-related business for safety plans

In this half-hour Back-to-School edition of Nexstar’s Coronavirus House Calls, health and school safety experts will help fill in the blanks. Watch RIGHT HERE on Sunday at 8/7c. Submit questions to CoronaQuestions@nexstar.tv. Video submissions are accepted.

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — America’s getting ready for a big test. To ace this unprecedented school year, we’ll need to learn about much more than reading, writing, and arithmetic. Ensuring a safe return to the classroom starts with education—about COVID-19.

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