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American Academy of Pediatrics says ALL children above age 2 should wear masks in school

Children are less likely to get sick than adults (above) and make up 14% of all COVID-19 cases in the U.S. but just 0.1% of all deaths

Even If They’ve Been Vaccinated



The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) released new guidance for fully reopening schools in the fall and called on all children above age two to wear masks.

In recommendations published on Monday, the organization said it fully supports in-person learning but that kids should don face coverings regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status.

‘AAP recommends universal masking because a significant portion of the student population is not yet eligible for vaccines, and masking is proven to reduce transmission of the virus and to protect those who are not vaccinated,’ a statement reads.

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