By Todd R. Hansen
Even with the anticipated novel coronavirus case correction Wednesday – 132 confirmed cases – Solano County’s five-day average is low enough to allow school districts to open up classrooms for transitional kindergarten through sixth grade.
“But they need an approved plan,” Dr. Bela Matyas, the county’s public health officer, said in a phone interview.
Matyas said a number of the smaller schools have submitted requests to allow them to open.
The threshold the county needed to reach was a daily average of 110 cases over five days, and the county, based on the timeframe reviewed, is below 105, Matyas said.