By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

CHICAGO (CBS) — Classes for public schools in Gary, Indiana, will be virtual starting on Monday.

Rising COVID-19 cases prompted the move to remote learning, which will last all this week.

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Students who don’t have devices for online classes can pick them up on Monday, if need be. Check your school’s website for more information.

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Food will be given out Monday and Thursday, and all school sports are canceled this week.

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CBS 2 Chicago Staff