(from the Washington Post) Two parents in Wisconsin have sued their children's school districts in federal courts after their two sons contracted COVID-19 just weeks into the new school year. They blame what they describe as the schools’ lax policies on masks, quarantining and contact tracing. The school boards had voted to end many of the coronavirus mitigation policies that had been in place last year, which included getting rid of universal mask requirements. The moves defied strategies recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction and "recklessly exposed the public to COVID-19," according to the lawsuit.
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