COVID-19: New Study Suggests Schools Don’t Increase Community Spread

School districts offering in-person instruction do not contribute to community spread of COVID-19
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School districts offering in-person instruction do not contribute to community spread of COVID-19 as long as there are relatively low levels of preexisting coronavirus infections in the surrounding areas.

This is the finding according to one of the most comprehensive studies to date that's set to play a major role in the fraught debate over reopening schools.

Nearly 10 months after schools across the country shuttered as the coronavirus pandemic took hold in the U.S., researchers are finally amassing enough data to draw more informed conclusions about whether and how the virus spreads in schools, whether schools are significant drivers of infection rates and what conditions may allow for schools to safely and successfully reopen for in-person learning.

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