WINNIPEG - It's back to in-person learning at Manitoba schools today, despite high COVID-19 numbers.
Classes resumed a week ago after the holiday break with remote learning to give schools time to prepare for a safer learning environment.
The Conservative government plans to use rapid testing and better masks to keep students in schools, while ventilation upgrades continue.
Dr. Brent Roussin, the province's chief public health officer, says the risk of kids getting severely sick from the Omicron variant is low.
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