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Test to stay protocols in Davis County schools



Farmington, Utah – Several Davis County schools were among many in the state that have met the state’s “test to stay” threshold, with the surge in coronavirus cases brought on by the Omicron variant.

According to officials with the Davis School District, Viewmont High School entered test to stay protocols Wednesday. By 10 a.m., some positive cases have already been caught.

Davis, Layton, and Woods Cross high schools have also reached the test to stay protocols, the district said. Farmington High School was close to reaching the threshold.

According to the district, as of Tuesday night, 75% of students had received permission from parents to undergo testing.

Those that do not get tested or those that test positive have been asked to stay home for five days, and wear a mask for the five days following.


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