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Most communities lift outdoor activity bans

  Wednesday morning, students in Georgetown schools got to go outside.

  “In about 30 minutes, I’m going to be the happiest guy in America,” joked Guy Prescott, dean of students at Georgetown Middle/High School, referring to the lunch period scheduled that day. “Middle school lunches can be very loud. The kids need to move around a little bit. Everybody’s been cooped up for a month and a half.”

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