Data Show Spread of COVID-19 Continuing in Capital Region Schools

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New data shows the spread of COVID-19 continues to be a major problem in Capital Region schools. 

Districts reported over 25-hundred infections among students and staff on Monday. Shenendehowa and Albany saw the highest number of new cases with 151 and 142 cases respectively. Meanwhile, the Ballston Spa, Niskayuna, and Bethlehem districts also reported over 100 new infections.

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