According to US media reports on the 21st, there were 84 schools in Michigan that day, and a total of 445 new confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia were reported, of which at least 80 cases were from 24 different schools, and none of these 24 schools had a Coronavirus before. Infection incident.
According to state officials, the new cases included faculty, staff and students on the day. At present, in Michigan’s university system (community colleges and public universities), a total of 5358 confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia have been reported, and Michigan State University has the largest number , About 1,622 students and faculty members were diagnosed.
The Boston Public Schools (BPS) in the eastern United States also issued a statement on the 21st. The statement stated that as the number of confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia increases, all public schools in Boston will start online teaching on the 22nd.
The statement pointed out that the positive rate of COVID-19 in Boston in the past 7 days was 5.7%, higher than last week’s 4.5%. For this reason, the school district officials stated that face-to-face classes will resume only when the infection rate drops for two consecutive weeks.