Pinellas County Spent Roughly $3 Million to Keep Schools Safe — And Expects Costs to Rise

In less than two weeks, many children will head back to in-person instruction in the Pinellas County School District, where plexiglass dividers, school masks and high-tech sanitizers will greet them. The district invested in six electrostatic sprayers, also called Clorox Total 360 machines, commonly used in hospitals.

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