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NYC students Walk Out On Protest Of School COVID-19 Conditions

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Students across New York City walked out of their schools Just before noon Tuesday to protest COVID-19 safety conditions in their classrooms. Brooklyn Technical High School, the city’s largest, an estimated 600 kids poured out into18-degree temperatures to call attention to what they described as an unsafe and chaotic environment at their school with the ongoing viral surge driven by the highly contagious omicron variant.

Danny Mui was one of hundreds of students who walked out of Brooklyn Technical High School in protest on Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2022.
Danny Mui was one of the hundreds of students who walked out of Brooklyn Technical High School in protest on Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2022. (Michael Elsen-Rooney/New York Daily News)

“It doesn’t feel safe to be in school, to be honest,’ said Danny Mui, a sophomore at the 6,000-student Brooklyn Tech. “In my classes, half the classes aren’t there. Some have COVID, some are afraid of COVID, and the school just isn’t doing anything about it.”

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