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A classroom sits empty at the Cesar Chavez Academy High School in Detroit on March 13.

Michigan’s K-12 schools must put in place an extensive safety plan before they reopen in the fall to in-person instruction, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced Tuesday afternoon in presenting a 63-page report.

The safety protocols vary based on the status of the coronavirus pandemic in a geographic area at the time.

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