CAMDEN COUNTY, N.J. (CBS) — Students and staff in the Camden City School District will not return to class after the holiday break. Virtual learning will begin on Monday, Jan. 3 and run for two weeks.

According to a letter sent to parents, in-person instruction will resume on Jan. 18.

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Imhotep Charter School in West Oak Lane announced that it will return to class with virtual learning on Jan. 4 for at least a week.

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The School District of Philadelphia tells Eyewitness News there are no changes yet, but administrators are in close communication with the health department.

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The Superintendent of the Cheltenham School District told parents a decision on switching to remote learning will be made Friday.