Students get into routine for flu prevention

- Disinfecting their classroom from tabletops and chairs to even the door knobs have become routine for first graders at Wesley International Academy run through every day.

It is the flu season and no school is immune, not even the International Baccalaureate School near Downtown Atlanta. So, officials are making sure staff and children do their part in prevention.

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Every morning, these 22 kids get together and sit in a circle and hold hands to greet one another, but with all the germs floating around, they now improvised how they touch by using their elbows.

Keeping healthy is top of mind for the kids.

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