Reopening schools in Denmark did not worsen coronavirus outbreak
Data from schools and daycares in Denmark show that the reopening of schools in the country did not lead to an increase in coronavirus infections. Students in Denmark were allowed back in school last April 15, 2020. The article attached below was published on May 28, 2020, a month and a half since school reopening.
The article also shows that the same results may be found in Finland whose schools re-opened mid-May.
Editor’s Note: The following article strengthens our position that children are relatively safe from the virus and that going back to school will not trigger a second wave of infections.
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