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“I have faith and I'm hoping that the procedures LAUSD has in place will mitigate those larger scale outbreaks.

‘I'll do whatever it takes’: Parents are thrilled to send their kids back to LAUSD

“I have faith and I'm hoping that the procedures LAUSD has in place will mitigate those larger scale outbreaks.

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