Scientists warn it may be years before students can return to school without masks, social distancing
Teachers demonstrate a plexiglass reading corner in a classroom at John B. Wright Elementary School in Tucson, Arizona, U.S. As virtual learning has started in school districts across the state, parents, educators, doctors and the government all disagree on the best way to move forward for the sake of Arizona’s students.
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As schools consider whether it’s safe to reopen this fall, medical experts warn it could take years before students and teachers can return to in-person education safely without masks, social distancing and other measures intended to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Whether and how to reopen schools in the U.S. this fall has become a hotbed issue in recent weeks, with President Donald Trump and Republicans pushing for in-school learning as soon as possible, even as the coronavirus continues to rapidly spread …continued .
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