The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday is updating its phys…


The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday is updating its physical distancing guidelines for children in schools from 6 feet to 3 feet. A study recently published in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases found there was no difference in Covid-19 rates between Massachusetts schools that mandated 3 feet of physical distance compared to 6 feet, as long as everyone wore masks. When it comes to adults, including teachers and staff, the agency said it’s better to stick to 6 feet of distance, both with other adults and with children. Tap the link in our bio to learn more.⁠

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  1. Of course it’s just the radical left wanting to keep things closed 🙄. The CDC has zero credibility

  2. Everyone needs to stay 6ft. I can tell you that children are like magnets and the older ones are worse (crushes). So if you give them 3ft they will be practically be touching. Keep it where it’s at for the sake of all school nurses everywhere. Amen.

  3. Every day we get different rules for this shit. Masks works then they dont then they do. 6ft works, now 3ft works. So on & so on…

  4. This makes no sense at all…if your an adult you need 6 feet but kids k-12 only need 3 feet??? Many kids in 12th grade are 18 and that’s an adult!!! Plus it’s ok to take risks with the kids who can bring the virus home to their families but the adults need the full 6 feet??? Come on!! This only adds fuel to the fire as far as the CDC losing credibility…BE TRANSPARENT AND CONSISTENT!!!!

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