Your Turn: feedback on new COVID rules, jury trial & body cams
WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWNY) - Under the state’s new guidance on COVID-19, students and staff with symptoms, ranging from sore throat to headaches, can either have a doctor’s note detailing an alternative diagnosis, or a negative COVID-19 test to be able to come back to school:
My daughter was sent home because she threw up at school and had to get a COVID test. I’m like, seriously? It’s because I used too much avocado oil when cooking her breakfast that morning.
Parents aren’t always willing to take the time off for a sick kid and just send them to school anyway.
I know kids sent home for COVID test due to a headache!
Everyone is trying to figure out how to stay safe and protect others. Frustrating at times though.
The man who recorded himself ripping down the LBGTQ+ Pride Flag at Watertown’s city hall in June will now face a jury trial:
Yes. Finally, justice is being served.
Justin Adam Lowe
What a waste of taxpayers' money.
Body cams have arrived at the St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department:
Wonderful! That protects both the officer and the civilian.
Should have been using them a long time ago.
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