ProPublica scoured the latest research and talked with infectious disease and public health experts to help sort through the issues parents face in the pandemic
Although the syndrome is rare, parents should call their care providers if their children develop new or unusual symptoms, such as a persistent fever, headache, abdominal pain and respiratory symptoms.
Providers in Washington’s Childhood Vaccine Program report they give 30% fewer vaccines to 0-18 year olds in March than they usually do.
An estimated 4.5 million youth ages 16-24 are considered disconnected — not going to school or working. Such “disconnected” youth have poorer economic prospects.
As some schools on the largest reservations were closing on account of the coronavirus, students at Rocky Ridge Boarding School continued attending class.
Proclamation prohibits in-person instruction with exceptions for students with disabilities and English language learners for whom distance learning presents challenges.
Anticipating a shortage of medical personnel to treat the influx of sick patients, officials put out a call for retired doctors, nurses and other medical professionals to work.
At some hospitals, staff said they are being told that, contrary to standard protocol of disposal after a single use, they should clean and reuse masks,
Ballfields and playfields are open for walking and other non-team activities.
Families can contain the spread of the coronavirus by keeping children home, But how to keep everyone happy, healthy and engaged?
Why are schools closing but not childcare? Parents still need to work and children need safe and enriching spaces to spend their days.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee (D) announced today that all public and private K-12 schools in King, Snohomish and Pierce counties will close for the next six weeks.
The suicide rate among U.S. children ages 10 to 14 has almost tripled from 2007 to 2017.
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