Worthington, MN school district close due to growing number of flu, COVID-19 cases

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WORTHINGTON, MINN. (KELO) — The Worthington, Minnesota school district had to pause classes through Tuesday due to a growing number of illnesses, including COVID and flu.

There will be no online learning because so many teachers are out sick. There are also no sporting activities.

The district is complying with the CDC’s five-day recommendation for isolation before resuming classes.

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