Flint Michigan Schools Close, HURTING Minorities

Schools in Flint Michigan have been moved to remote learning indefinitely due to the COVID-19 pandemic that appears to be on its way out. 

Blaze Media reported, Flint Community Schools were scheduled to reopen after winter break on Jan. 24, but this more recent decision means students will attempt to learn remotely at home until further notice. 

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The announcement cited state data that shows the COVID-19 testing positivity rate in Genesee County is 38.4%. The county reported 1,232 new coronavirus cases per 100,000 weekly.

While case rates are rising dramatically, the death rate appears to be flatlining. Omicron is a very infectious variant, but it’s also not a very lethal one. 

This is exactly why scientists are beginning to believe that Omicron may spell the end of the pandemic as we know it. Omicron will cause mass infection, however, nearly everyone infected will survive and walk away with natural immunity. 

“To lower the transmission number, and to keep it low, we must actively continue distance learning until further notice,” said Superintendent Kelvin Jones. 

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A lack of in-person education not only limits the quality of education a student can receive but also prevents them from learning crucially important social skills necessary to operate in today’s society. 


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