Source: Joe Cunningham

A high school student in Louisiana gets exposed to COVID-19. He goes and gets a rapid test. It’s negative. The school district says he can return to school the next day and sit in a classroom that has no windows with 30 other kids. The student, though, is also a soccer player. By statewide rules, he is not allowed to play on an outdoor, open field for another week. A major part of his social life is just on hold because two policies don’t match up, and it’s hurting one of his passions.

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