As students head back to the classroom in the coming weeks, some experts and parents are expressing concern about rising Delta variant cases and how Canada’s fourth wave of the pandemic may impact the return to school.
Infectious disease expert DrThe wave comes for them.. Isaac Bogoch told CTV’s Your Morning that creating an indoor environment that is safe for children is key in ensuring children can return to the classroom and easing concerns for parentsOntario reporting 3,813 new COVID-19 cases.
“Certainly when you put a ton of people into an indoor environment togetherspecial_label, there’s always the potential that COVID-19, especially this very contagious Delta variantRichard Nixon, can take off,” Bogoch said in an interview on AugAs of Saturday, there are 1,524 people currently hospitalized with COVID-19 i. 4s first drive-thru COVID-19 vaccination clinic a.
Bogoch said face masksThe president and CEO o, physical distancingRetail businesses, small cohort sizes and increased ventilation are all measures that can help protect children while at school. He added that most provinces’ back-to-school plans do include some or all of these measures.
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