How Safety Measures Helped Limit COVID-19 Spread at Child Care Centers

November 20, 2020

When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, a big concern for parents was young children mixing at day care centers, typically a hotbed for spreading stuffy noses and tiny coughs to adults.

Many feared this would accelerate spread of the new coronavirus.

Turns out, those fears may have been unfounded.

A new study from Yale researchers says strict mitigation efforts from child care providers during the pandemic’s early months kept the virus from gaining traction among adult providers.

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