A federal judge sided with the Douglas County School District in Colorado and a group of students Tuesday, granting a temporary restraining order to block the county health department’s less stringent mask and vaccine mandates for those in the public school system. 

On Oct. 8, the Douglas County Health Department and the county’s board of health issued a public health order that had a loosening effect of mask and quarantine requirements for the students in the district. 

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