Source: Nicole Bogart, ctvnews.ca, August 20, 2020
Although children and teens are considered less likely than adults to suffer severe cases of COVID-19, they can still carry and spread the virus to others.
TORONTO — Months after welcoming friends and family members, including grandparents, back into your social bubble, experts say you may have to reconsider who your children have close contact with once they go back to school.
Despite falling infection rates and ongoing discussions about how to make the return to class safe for both students and teachers, health experts warn that reintroducing kids to group environments during a pandemic will come with inherent risks
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