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Leana Wen, M.D.
Excellent visuals & analysis about which areas can return to in-person schools safely, which ones cannot, & which can be phased in. Disparities in article worth a look, adds to complexity of reopening decisions.
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Mark Hertling Aug 14
A great piece. Pictures/maps worth a thousand words.
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MrRoscoeDog Aug 14
Wow. We are in terrible shape
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Caroline Aug 14
Where I live in north Nj the township just decided to do remote even though they would be clear according to the guidance. I support this decision bc I don’t think teacher/staff safety should be experimented with. Now we need to make remote learning a success for everyone
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Dan Roosien Aug 28
Just to clarify, does "new cases per 100K" mean the number of new confirmed cases per day per 100K or the number of current active cases on a given day per 100K?
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Matt McQueen Aug 14
Maybe we can turn bars into classrooms since bars are safe?
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Cesar Lopez Aug 14
Replying to @epibuff @DanLarremore
Okay well this wins the "makes me snort the tea I'm drinking up my nose" award for the day
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Matt Maggio Aug 14
BS. "Remote school" isn't school, can't be school. In past week, made news here in N.C. that one of biggest cities in state (Durham) doesn't even have enough Wi-Fi for it - after months of (supposedly) doing it. It's a pure diploma mill - and excuse for school taxes.
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HBDC Aug 14
The basic premise of safe vs. unsafe is flawed. Maybe we should make a map showing crime rates and those schools that are unsafe to open, or deaths by overdose, or suicide?
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Ruzanna Aug 14
Why Pennsylvania was moved from yellow to red? The state positivity rate is at 4% and some counties have 7-day new case average almost at par with New York county. Appreciate more details on Pennsylvania. Thanks
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Ruzanna Aug 14
Why Pennsylvania was moved to red? The data I have shows lower positivity rate for the state.
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