Children can spread #COVID19, even when they have mild symptoms or no symptoms at all. Due to the recent surge caused by the Delta variant, children 2 years or older should wear masks in public indoor settings, including schools. Learn more:
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"CDC reccomends that parents take appropriate protective actions, such as having children who are 2 years or older wear masks in public indoor settings, including schools."
Next bulleted paragraph: "Given the high amount of contact that happens between vaccinated and unvaccinated people in schools, and the fact that vaccines are not available to children under 12 years old, CDC recommends universal indoor masking for all teachers, staff, students, and visitors to K-12 schools, regardless of their vaccination status."
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