KRESA superintendent released from hospital after bout of COVID
The head of the Kalamazoo Regional Educational Service Area is home from the hospital and recovering from COVID-19.
KRESA Superintendent Dave Campbell was released on Wednesday after three days in the hospital being treated for the coronavirus.
A spokesperson for KRESA said Campbell became ill two weeks ago, on January 7. The spokesperson said he was hospitalized on Monday as a precaution and not due to the severity of his illness.
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