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    • Spot on! No concern for Kids/Seniors w/ Covid. Entire focus on $$$ (getting parents back to work) – so maybe economy and election chances will crank. Must save election and confederate statues. 👎

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  1. According to the data from the CDC, https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/covid_weekly/index.htm , the total COVID deaths for those 1 -24 years old totaled between January 27 and July 4 at 179; the total of all causes of death for young people during that time is 23,561. This means that it should be okay to open schools.

    Do a little distancing and/or face masks to protect the teachers and we should be good to go.

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    • In the county I live in, St. John’s in northeast Florida, the age group that has the largest number of COVID-19 cases is 15-24. I have a 10 year old son who will enter 5th grade. Our school district has 56 elementary, middle, and high schools, serving over 40,000 children. Add to that the teachers, administrators, and other support staff who work in those buildings. Multiply that times 13,598 because that is the number of public school districts in the US. Oh, I almost forgot to include the 34,576 private schools in the country.

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  2. How do you get a seven year old to wear a mask or not touch their face all day? How big does the classroom have to be to keep thirty children six feet apart? The other problem is even if the children don’t get tragically sick themselves they can still carry the virus home to their parents or their grandparents.

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  3. No concern for the teachers or their families, I see. Just two months ago they were heroes who we couldn’t do without. Let’s not worry if any of them may have elderly parents or young babies at home. No, just throw them right back into it. They’ll still have to buy their own supplies as well.

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  4. In a country far from the U.S., we’d expect nothing else. It’s bad enough here, but you guys deliberately take it to a new level. All in the name of your ‘rights’.

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