Coronavirus News: Wednesday, November 11, 2020

The children never had coronavirus, so why did they have antibodies? (The New York Times)

Massachusetts trends show 'no signs of changing'; state preparing field hospitals again (MassLive)

Snow days in a pandemic? Absolutely, Lenox superintendent confirms (The Berkshire Eagle)

Confirmed cases of COVID-19 at Drury High in North Adams, two Pittsfield schools, and Hoosac Valley (The Berkshire Eagle)

Student COVID-19 cases reported at Minnechaug High School (Western Mass News)

Easthampton school officials working out how to bring students back (Western Mass News)

Northampton School Committee approves tweaked hybrid plan (Daily Hampshire Gazette)

These ionization units may be key to getting Worcester students back into school buildings (Spectrum News)

With city facing spike in COVID-19 cases, Fitchburg delays school building opening until January (Worcester Telegram & Gazette)

 Framingham Teachers Association takes vote of no confidence in Education Commissioner, Secretary (Framingham Source)

Keefe Tech to begin 'revised hybrid program' after Thanksgiving (Framingham Source)

Some North Andover parents calling for five days of in-person learning (Eagle Tribune)

Danvers to bring back kindergartners, first grade four days a week (Salem News)

Triton Regional cleaning crew asked to quarantine (Newburyport News)

Peabody schools to remain hybrid despite state push for a full day (Peabody Patch)

Attleboro area schools call Baker's push for schools to fully reopen 'not feasible' (The Sun Chronicle)

Five new COVID cases reported in Mattapoisett schools in two days (Sippican)