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A Missouri school district has suspended meal deliveries after two bus drivers died

A school district in Missouri has suspended the home delivery of meals to students following the deaths of two school bus drivers.
The Ferguson-Florissant district serves students in a northeastern suburb of St. Louis.
One driver who supported food distribution at McCluer North High School died after testing positive for coronavirus, said a letter from the district Superintendent Joseph Davis.
The second driver died after a prolonged illness unrelated to coronavirus — but had symptoms of the virus before death, according to the letter.
A third staff member who also works at McCluer North High School has also tested positive for the virus, Davis said.
The suspension will last through April 10, and is meant to keep students, families and the employees of the district safe, the letter said.