Reopening Schools in the Time of Pandemic: Look to the School Nurses

  title={Reopening Schools in the Time of Pandemic: Look to the School Nurses},
  author={C. McDonald},
  journal={The Journal of School Nursing},
  pages={239 - 240}
  • C. McDonald
  • Published 2020
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • The Journal of School Nursing
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) shuttered schools across the globe in 2020. School closures were enacted to reduce COVID-19 transmission, though historical analysis will identify the impact not only on transmission, but also on child outcomes in all domains (Esposito & Principi, 2020). In the United States, the start of the school year follows a natural rhythmic norm—communities returning to school after a summer away. However, the closures due to COIVD-19 were not typical, and how and when… Expand
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