Mental health and child development experts wonder about what, if any, long-term mental health and development consequences young children may face
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We’re still studying the long-term implications of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic on populations
Whether just comfortable at home or nervous about leaving, kids may need extra support to get back out there.
Best practices for children of all ages.
Nationwide, cities and states where most schools have remained closed throughout the pandemic are struggling to decide when and how to reopen.
Rates among youth age 10-17 in Washington state was 11.9 percent, among adults over 20, 28.3 percent.
At our current level of COVID-19 transmission, DOH guidance recommends distance learning for the vast majority of students.
Snohomish Health District recommends opting for household-only and/or virtual activities.
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With many schools opting for remote learning, pods are an agreement between families to have their kids come together in person to learn.
Even though most schools are starting with online learning this fall, more than 30 campuses will be open for in-person health-care services.
There is no ‘zero-risk’ scenario for resuming in-person instruction but there are pathways to resuming limited in-person instruction for younger students.