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Frederick News Post – Two weeks after launching a voluntary coronavirus testing program for school staff, Frederick County Public Schools has ended the effort due to a lack of participation.
The district had partnered with testing vendor Capital Diagnostics, according to FCPS Superintendent Terry Alban, and the school system and vendor planned to begin by having testing available at a small handful of sites around the county. Eventually, they were going to expand to be “at almost every” school, Alban said.
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