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PRINEVILLE, OR -- Last week Crook county had 11 virus cases. Yesterday School Superintendent, Doctor Sara Johnson sent a letter to the Oregon Education department to request a waiver because the number exceeds state metrics. Jason Carr at Crook County Schools says their public health department is supporting the waiver request. He says of the 11 cases last week, six were tied to a defined group that was identified, traced and is now isolated. Carr says the other cases have not been linked to community spread or any Crook county Schools.

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