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COVID-19 in child care and preschool settings

This research review summarizes what is known about the extent to which COVID-19 spreads in child care and preschool programs. It synthesizes findings from 11 studies that measure transmission in these settings, both in the United States and internationally. The available evidence suggests that early learning programs are not associated with increased risk of contracting COVID-19 when health and safety precautions are in place. (author abstract)
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United States; Singapore; Poland; Italy; England; Australia

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