has revived Donald Trump’s call for schools to reopen, saying the science
should not stand in the way of that.
president’s push for students to return to classrooms, we don’t think children
should be locked up at home, with devastating consequences.
unmistakably that he wants to open schools, Mrs. McEnany said. And I was just
in the Oval talking to him about that, and when he says open, he means open in
full – kids being able to attend each and every day at their school. The
science should not stand in the way of this.
had said that it was safe for children to attend school, before adding:
“Science is on our side here, and we encourage localities and states to
simply follow science.
indicated that the risk to children of COVID-19 was “far less” than
that of seasonal influenza.
new poll showed only one in four Americans that it is safe for public schools
to reopen this fall as US coronavirus cases escalate.
probably keep their children at home if classes resume, the Reuters/Ipsos
was conducted as 13,000 school districts in the US grappled with how to resume
instruction safely after closing as infections spread in the spring.
said they thought that bringing back students was safe for schools in their
community, while 55 per cent felt that they were not safe and 19 per cent were
the rise in 40 countries, while 22 countries have either halted or reversed
efforts to re-open their economies, according to Bank of America.
156 deaths, along with nearly 14,000 new cases, reflecting a broader trend this
week as the national death rate rose. The seven-day rolling average for new
deaths rose to 730, up more than 21 percent from a week ago.