By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Starting Tuesday, hundreds of Philadelphia students will be heading to access centers for supervised care while they learn digitally. Thirty-one access centers will be available for students from kindergarten through sixth grade who need a supervised place to go for remote learning.

Every child will also get a mandatory mask to wear at all times in the access centers.

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The centers, mostly set up in recreation centers around the city will also adhere to social distancing guidelines with limited capacity.

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Parents will not be allowed into the access centers.

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Daily temperature checks and symptom checklists will be required for students and staff.