Covid-19: C.D.C. Urges Reopening of Schools With New Guidelines

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday urged that K-12 schools be reopened and offered a comprehensive science-based plan for doing so speedily, an effort to resolve an urgent debate roiling in communities across the nation. 

The new guidelines highlight the growing body of evidence that schools can open safely if they put in effect layered mitigation measures. The agency said that even when students lived in communities with high transmission rates, elementary students could receive at least some in-person instruction safely — a finding echoed by an independent survey of 175 pediatric disease experts conducted by The Times. 

Click here to read full article and learn more, posted on February 15th, 2021, on The New York Times. 

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