Harvard Risk Reduction Strategies For Reopening Schools

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Keeping schools open needs to be prioritized. Keeping schools closed comes with massive, long-term individual and societal costs. Many children cannot effectively learn, grow, engage, socialize, be active, eat healthy food, or get support until schools reopen. With schools closed, disparities are widening across racial and ethnic groups, between women and men, and across income levels. Many parents and caregivers cannot fully go back to work until children go back to school. Children are at much lower risk from COVID-19 than adults and a growing body of scientific evidence shows that kids and adults can be kept safe in any indoor environment, including schools, if appropriate risk reduction measures are implemented. With this as the backdrop, we set out to answer this question: what strategies should schools consider to reduce risk of COVID-19 transmission?

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