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As students return, the deaths of at least six teachers from covid-19 renew pandemic fears | The Washington Post

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As students return, the deaths of at least six teachers from covid-19 renew pandemic fears | The Washington Post

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Katie Shepherd, The Washington Post

Teachers had just returned last month to prepare for the fall semester at John Evans Middle School in Potosi, Mo., when 34-year-old AshLee DeMarinis started to feel ill.

DeMarinis had been worried about returning to work at the rural middle school, where she was starting her 11th year of teaching. She had asthma, which put her at a higher risk for complications from covid-19 despite her young age.

“She was scared,” her sister, Jennifer Heissenbuttel, told The Washington Post.

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