Mississippi teacher’s death during first week of school stokes COVID-19 outbreak fears

Schools are set to go back, but is it to quick to put students back in classrooms? In Mississippi, a teacher died of COVID-19 sparking fear and anger within the community and around the country. Nacoma James was only 42 years old when she passed from COVID-19 symptoms during self-quarantine. If teachers and students return to the classrooms for the first time since March, strict guidelines and adequate PPE needs to be made available to schools in towns both big and small. Click HERE to read the full article.