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Michigan School Children Forced To Stay Home Due To Bus Driver Shortage Over COVID-19 Quarantines

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By Charlotte Pence Bond

A southern Michigan school district is currently keeping students at home through Friday due to a shortage of bus drivers who are quarantining following exposure to COVID-19.

The Associated Press reported that southern Michigan school district said drivers have been quarantined and there aren’t enough substitutes to take their place.

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