In the past three months, my seven-year-old son has Covid-19, croup, and is now bedridden with the virus that has been rising in the Gem State since early November. He's missed 14 days of school since he started the first grade in September. The hacking and fevers just won't quit.
It's strange to think of an existence that doesn't include on-campus learning, but it appears to be the direction the world is headed. Would you support Idaho teachers who refuse to instruct in a classroom setting?
After standing in line for 20-minutes surrounded by people hacking all over the place, I was informed that the quick care doesn't allow walk-in Covid-19 tests. So, I went and had a rapid test done at a local immediate care facility.