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CDC Director: Schools can open without teacher vaccines ‘even in areas of the highest community spread’

The CDC is stressing a ‘layered mitigation’ approach to schools

By Peter Aitken

Fox News

CDC Director Rochelle Walensky confirmed that her agency’s newly-released guidance states that it is possible for schools “even in areas of the highest community spread” to reopen safely–at least in a hybrid fashion–without teachers getting vaccinated first.

The CDC released new guidance last week, highlighting “layered mitigation strategies” to reduce COVID transmission.

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