SIERRA VISTA — While COVID-19 may not be spreading as rapidly as it once was, the infectious disease that became a full-blown, worldwide pandemic has forced health officials like the Arizona Department of Health Services to develop new mitigation plans for school districts to keep students and teachers as safe as possible as they return to in-person instruction.

“COVID is making a rebound,” Sierra Vista Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Eric Holmes told the district’s governing board at its Aug. 2 meeting before presenting its COVID-19 Mitigation Plan proposal.

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