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Superintendent Jon Fernandez says the visit was positive, and the U.S. officials were able to see that a corrective action plan has been put in place.
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"I think we've reached a critical turning point," said Fernandez. "We have the infrastructure in place, people trained. I think we can see light at the end of the tunnel. We know what we need to go to get out of high risk ourselves."
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