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Tags: Coronavirus | Vaccines | covid | vacccines | kids | school | masks

Vaccine Approval for Young School Children Should End Masks in Class, Experts Say

Tse Cowan, 8, gets the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine at a  P.S. 19 on Nov. 8, 2021, in the Lower East Side in New York City. (Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)

By    |   Tuesday, 09 November 2021 07:55 AM

Now that COVID-19 vaccines have been approved for the youngest group of school-age children, medical experts say it’s time for the CDC to revise its guidelines and end mandatory masking in classrooms.

The CDC currently recommends "universal indoor masking of all students age 2 and older" as part of protocols in place since the highly contagious delta variant caused coronavirus cases to surge nationwide in early August.

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Now that COVID-19 vaccines have been approved for the youngest group of school-age children, medical experts say it's time for the CDC to revise its guidelines and end mandatory masking...
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