Rhode Island's successful reopening of child-care programs shows ‘there is a path,' CDC director says

A CDC study of Rhode-Island childcare centers revealed that out of the 666 childcare centers that were opened, only four had cases that involved the spread of the virus. That’s because of the strict adherence to safety guidelines such as minimum enrollment, no switching of students between groups, and mask wearing. CDC officials believe this is evidence that reopening of child care is possible if the right precautions are taken.

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