CDC Shortens COVID Social Distancing Guidelines For Kids In School!

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The CDC just revised their guidance on social distancing in schools, allowing most students to sit 3 feet apart from each other instead of 6, as long as they are wearing a mask.

In any communities where transmission is high, the CDC is still recommending that middle and high school students remain at least 6 feet apart if schools aren't able to keep students and teachers in assigned groups.

Dr. Rochelle Walensky stated "CDC is committed to leading with science and updating our guidance as new evidence emerges. Safe in-person instruction gives our kids access to critical social and mental health services that prepare them for the future, in addition to the education they need to succeed.”

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