School playgrounds reopened

School District 60 has reopened its playgrounds to the public. The decision was made in consultation with health officials, the school district said.

"We ask the public to follow the Public Health Officer recommendations at all times," the school district said. "There is no cleaning regime of the equipment and it is to be used at your own risk."

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Playgrounds were closed March 31 due to combat the spread of COVID-19.

Read more: K-12 schools to plan for full operations in September

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