Area schools break for Christmas as COVID, flu, RSV surge

by Will Tuell

Area schools went on break last week as rates of COVID-19, flu, and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) continue to challenge families, students, and administrators alike. The three illnesses – known popularly as a “tri-demic” have seen at least four small children from Down East Maine admitted to the pediatric ICU in Bangor while countless students and staff have been sidelined by one or more of the illnesses simultaneously. 

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