Governor Gavin Newsom is pushing to get kids back in schools this month. Some parents, especially whose kids have special needs, say it’s about time. But LAUSD is pushing back, saying case rates are too high and school staff must be vaccinated first. It wasn’t until one teacher and her children got COVID that she agreed with the district.
COVID or no in-person school for a year: What’s more dangerous?
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‘All of us got it. No one was spared.’ LAUSD teacher changed her mind about in-person classes during COVID
LAUSD says COVID case rates are too high and school staff must be vaccinated before in-person classes resume. It wasn’t until one teacher and her children got COVID that she...
Use this pediatric COVID calculator to measure back-to-school risk
An interactive calculator estimates, for any county in the U.S., the likelihood that a group of asymptomatic children will contain at least one child with COVID-19.