Durango charter school does nasal swabs every day

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Durango charter school does nasal swabs every day

‘We’re all negative,’ says dean of students. ‘This is the one test we like to fail.’
Julie Cifuni, school nurse at Mountain Middle School, swabs Roman Barela, 12, a sixth grader at the school, with a COVID-19 rapid test Tuesday morning. Mountain Middle administers nasal swab rapid tests to students in one grade each day. Tuesday was the sixth graders’ testing day.
After swabbing the nose of a Mountain Middle School student, the swab is inserted into the COVID-19 rapid test, and it takes about 10 minutes for results to register.
After swabbing the nose of a Mountain Middle School student on Tuesday the swab is inserted into the COVID-19 rapid test. One red line in the window means the virus is not present. Two lines represents a positive test.
Jed Lawler, 12, a Mountain Middle School sixth grader, waits for the results of a COVID-19 rapid test with fellow students on Tuesday morning before the start of the school day.
After swabbing the nose of a Mountain Middle School student on Tuesday, the swab is inserted into the COVID-19 rapid test. Mountain Middle School tests one grade a day, about 60 students, with the rapid nasal swabs.
After swabbing the nose of a Mountain Middle School student on Tuesday, the swab is inserted into the COVID-19 rapid test and takes about 10 minutes for the results to register. One red line in the window is a negative test, two red lines is a positive.
Julie Cifuni, school nurse at Mountain Middle School, swabs Tony Jack, 12, a sixth grader at the school, for a COVID-19 rapid test on Tuesday morning before the start of the school day.

Durango charter school does nasal swabs every day

Julie Cifuni, school nurse at Mountain Middle School, swabs Roman Barela, 12, a sixth grader at the school, with a COVID-19 rapid test Tuesday morning. Mountain Middle administers nasal swab rapid tests to students in one grade each day. Tuesday was the sixth graders’ testing day.
After swabbing the nose of a Mountain Middle School student, the swab is inserted into the COVID-19 rapid test, and it takes about 10 minutes for results to register.
After swabbing the nose of a Mountain Middle School student on Tuesday the swab is inserted into the COVID-19 rapid test. One red line in the window means the virus is not present. Two lines represents a positive test.
Jed Lawler, 12, a Mountain Middle School sixth grader, waits for the results of a COVID-19 rapid test with fellow students on Tuesday morning before the start of the school day.
After swabbing the nose of a Mountain Middle School student on Tuesday, the swab is inserted into the COVID-19 rapid test. Mountain Middle School tests one grade a day, about 60 students, with the rapid nasal swabs.
After swabbing the nose of a Mountain Middle School student on Tuesday, the swab is inserted into the COVID-19 rapid test and takes about 10 minutes for the results to register. One red line in the window is a negative test, two red lines is a positive.
Julie Cifuni, school nurse at Mountain Middle School, swabs Tony Jack, 12, a sixth grader at the school, for a COVID-19 rapid test on Tuesday morning before the start of the school day.
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