By MARY KEKATOS
U.S. HEALTH EDITOR FOR DAILYMAIL.COM
School shutdowns in Japan last year did not prevent the spread of coronavirus during the first wave of the pandemic, a new study finds.
Researchers from the U.S. and Japan compared municipalities that closed schools in spring 2020 with schools that did not.
They found there was no differences in the number of Covid cases per 100,000 between the two groups of municipalities.
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