CDC outlines key strategies for safe reopening of schools

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that schools should use what it calls “key mitigation strategies” for safe reopening: universal and correct mask-wearing, physical distancing, hand-washing and proper ventilation, along with performing contact tracing, isolation and quarantining. Even with all that, the CDC says that infections will happen and districts need to be prepared.

Education writer John Mooney joins Anchor Briana Vannozzi with more details.

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