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Association of child masking with COVID-19–related closures in US childcare programs

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Is child masking associated with reduced COVID-19–related childcare program closures? Findings In this survey study of 6654 childcare professionals from all 50 states, child masking at baseline (May 22 to June 8, 2020) was associated with a 13% reduction in program closure within the following year, and continued child masking throughout the 1-year study period was associated with a 14% reduction in program closure. Meaning These results suggest that masking of children in childcare programs is associated with reduced program closures, supporting current masking recommendation in younger children provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (author abstract)

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United States

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