In-person learning using strictly enforced mitigation strategies can be done safely, according to long-awaited CDC guidance that also said schools aren’t driving coronavirus transmission.
Getting kids back in the classroom can be done at any level of community transmission by sticking to five key public health measures, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention roadmap released Friday.
The strategies include consistent and correct use of masks, physical distancing, handwashing, cleaning and ventilation and contact tracing in combination with isolation and quarantine.
Two or more of the strategies should be layered for greatest success.
Read the full article in the Boston Herald