Oklahoma schools may offer in-school quarantine of students

Mustang schools have already adopted the policy

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OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma State Department of Health announced Wednesday that public schools will be allowed to offer in-school quarantines for students exposed to the virus and said Mustang schools have already adopted the policy. Students who are quarantined will be allowed to go to school to take part in virtual classes, but kept out of individual classrooms in buildings such as gyms or an auditorium where they would be socially distanced and must wear masks. Also a group of Oklahoma City bars and bar employees are suing to overturn a city proclamation closing in-person service by bars and restaurants at 11 p.m.