MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minnesota schools big and small are doing everything they can to stop COVID-19 from shutting their doors.
The Albert Lea Area Schools Administration is using thermal scanners to screen students as they enter the high school.READ MORE: Twin Cities Thai Restaurant Hires Robot Server Amid Staffing Shortage 1 Killed, 1 Injured In St. Paul Shooting
Albert Lea schools started last week and reported their first-known case of COVID-19 at the high school Friday. The school has since underwent a deep clean.
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