“We have to ask the question, are we willing to live with the end result of the inevitable situation where teachers are going to become infected?” asked Dr. Michael Saag, associate dean for Global Health at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
“Are we willing to live with those consequences?” he said. “Because I think that’s what we’re going to see in about three months from now, unfortunately, with the rates of infection that we have.”
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Saturday that he would make an initial decision this week about whether schools in his state should plan to reopen, as officials continue to monitor the infection rate. School districts were supposed to have submitted alternative reopening plans on Friday, the governor said in a call with reporters — but New York City failed to submit its plan on time.
Elsewhere, at least two school districts have already had to put their own plans to the test after they returned to in-person classes this week.
One Indiana school district learned on Thursday that a junior high school student had tested positive after attending class for part of the school day, Superintendent Dr. Harold Olin said in his letter to…
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