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Public school teacher Kelly Mrozik holds in-person class for first graders in Wasilla, Alaska. She is required to wear a mask. Her students are not. Jeff Chen/Alaska Public Media hide caption

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The Coronavirus Crisis

'The Big Experiment': Alaska School District Returns To Classrooms

A school district just north of Anchorage, Alaska, has more than 11,000 students in class. While there have been some coronavirus cases, the district says it's been able to deal with them quickly.

Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes (seen here in June 2019) says the state is setting up alternate care facilities in case hospitals are overrun as coronavirus cases spike. Dylan Buell/Getty Images for VIBE hide caption

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Weather, Football And Politics: Wisconsin Lt. Gov. On Spike In COVID-19 Cases

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Public school teacher Kelly Mrozik holds in-person class for first graders in Wasilla, Alaska. She is required to wear a mask. Her students are not. Jeff Chen/Alaska Public Media hide caption

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'The Big Experiment': Alaska School District Returns To Classrooms

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