August 12, 2021

For parents, getting kids ready to go back to school can be a stressful time, especially during a pandemic. As the COVID-19 Delta variant is showing to be more contagious, affecting more children than previous variants of COVID-19, we are discussing safety as children head back into the classroom.

Ginny Boos, Director of Infection Prevention for Saint Luke’s Health System, talks about back-to-school safety amid the pandemic, what parents should know, and what measures families can take to keep children safe, healthy, and schools in session.

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