COVID-19 Partner Update: How to Protect K-12 School Staff

Dr. McDonald shared updates on CDC’s COVID-19 response, including the latest scientific information available. Given substantial interest in CDC’s New Tools for Schools partner update on 8/17, Dr. Guerin and Mr. Garcia discussed CDC’s Strategies for Protecting K-12 School Staff from COVID-19.

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