Faculty, students and staff will all be tested.READ MORE: 16-Year-Old Killed In Double Shooting On Lower East Side, Second Victim In Hospital
Following initial testing, at least 25% of each school’s population will be tested weekly until they are no longer red or orange zones.
Schools in yellow zones will have to test 20% of the population.READ MORE: NYPD: Jose Ramos, 56, Killed In Cypress Hills Hit-And-Run
The positivity rate must be 2% or lower for New York City schools to be open and 3% outside the city.
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Friday, Mayor Bill de Blasio reported 514 new COVID-19 cases.
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