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Kentucky Schools

The Sixth Circuit released an order Sunday morning staying an injunction that would have allowed private and religious schools in Kentucky to resume in-person classes this week, despite an executive order from the governor that halted classes at all schools because of a rise in Covid-19 cases.

CINCINNATI — The Sixth Circuit on Sunday morning stayed an injunction that would have allowed private and religious schools in Kentucky to resume in-person classes this week when an executive order from the governor halted classes at all schools because of a rise in Covid-19 cases.

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