The New York City school district and all other districts across the state can reopen, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Friday.
“Good news. All schools can reopen,” Cuomo said in a conference with reporters Friday
Cuomo said the schools are eligible to reopen because all regions across the state have low coronavirus infection rates.
But Cuomo cautioned that each school district must submit re-opening plans that require approval from the state Health Department.
He said the Health Department is reviewing the plans and noted that some are “incomplete.” Albany will inform school districts whether their plans pass muster later Friday or Monday.
But he added generally, “For planning purposes they can open.”
Mayor Bill de Blasio has proposed a hybrid plan where students will have both remote learning and in-class instruction.
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