Children are notorious for being spreaders of disease.
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CDC Director Rochelle Walensky cited research during a press call indicating that COVID-19 is less likely to be spread inside the classroom than outside....
Even with communities in the red zone, the guidance said that elementary schools may remain partially open with strict physical distancing of at least six feet, given that younger students are less likely to transmit the disease.
Doug64 wrote:@Godstud, to requote from the article I just linked in my post that you apparently didn’t bother to read:
They said: The center recommended schools follow a four-zone color-coded transmission rubric linking school reopening policies to community transmission rates, as many states and counties have done.
When transmission rates are high (red) or substantial (orange), the CDC suggested schools should remain in primary virtual or hybrid mode, while K-12 schools should be open for full-time in-person learning when rates are moderate (yellow) or low (blue).
Godstud wrote:@Finfinder Don't lie about what someone says and not back it up with actual quotes. That's a cowardly thing to do, and some poor-ass trolling.
So don't do what you are doing now. Got it.
I've just heard the are 7 covid 19 varients that initiated in the US. THink how many there must be world wide, how much damage the virus has caused and the speed it spread and the costs, direct and indirect incured. Kids are currently, generally not being vaccinated. Now if the virus evolves in a way that Trumps the natural protention kids enjoy and are unvaccinated think about the legions of children that could be effective and remember some survivors may have long lasting effects, too
ABC's "World News Night" devoted roughly four times more coverage Thursday to the Cancun controversy surrounding Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, than the growing legal problems faced by Democrat New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
With Texans still struggling following deadly winter storms that have devastated the state's power grid, Cruz landed in hot water late Wednesday after pictures emerged on social media showing him and his family flying to Mexico for vacation. Cruz flew back to Houston the next day amid the backlash.
Meanwhile, Cuomo's administration is reportedly under investigation by the FBI and the U.S. Attorney's Office in Brooklyn after critics accused officials of covering up the true number of COVID nursing home deaths in the state. Early in the pandemic, the governor ordered assisted living facilities to accept COVID-positive patients in order to keep hospital beds free.
Judging by Thursday's broadcast, it appears ABC News believes Cruz's vacation episode is far more important and consequential than Cuomo's nursing home scandal.
"World News Tonight" dedicated nearly four minutes to the GOP senator's round trip snafu and just 55 seconds to the Democrat's growing legal controversy.
NBC's "Nightly News" similarly gave Cruz more coverage during its broadcast than Cuomo, devoting two minutes and eight seconds to the senator and one minute and 41 seconds to the governor.
CBS' "Evening News" was the only network evening news program to dedicate more time to the nursing home scandal, giving it nearly two minutes as opposed to the one minute and seven seconds it devoted to the Cancun episode.
On the cable news side, CNN and the governor's brother, Chris Cuomo, have made an unprecedented push to downplay and deflect from the Democrat's controversies, with the far-left network giving its developments little to no airtime -- and giving Chris Cuomo free rein to conduct friendly, comical interviews with the scandal-plagued governor. [Note: since this article was published, CNN has announced that it has reinstated its rule barring Chris Cuomo from covering his brother.]
I think we're supposed to open up in mid April but who trusts what those dickheads in power say.
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