Child-care centers don’t drive COVID infections, study shows

A large national study published by the American Academy of Pediatrics Wednesday provides some of the clearest evidence yet that child-care centers don’t hasten the spread of the novel coronavirus, even in communities where overall infections are high.

“This is the largest study of COVID transmission in child-care programs that’s been attempted in the U.S., and I think globally,” said Yale professor Walter Gilliam, who led a team of researchers in the groundbreaking study. “These…

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