(ZEROHEDGE) – After telling the public that there's no reason yet to believe they will need COVID "booster shots," the CDC released more updated guidance on Friday morning. This time, the updated guidance focused on precautions that K-12 public schools should take during the upcoming 2021-2022 school year.
Most importantly, the guidance included a directive that schools should remain open regardless – even in the event of an outbreak – regardless of whether all COVID-prevention strategies can be implemented.
The new federal guidelines aren't mandatory, but they're supposed to give public school administrators a framework to help navigate the complexities of teaching during the COVID era.
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