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Should COVID-19 Vaccination Be Mandatory in Schools?: Here's What Experts Think

While several states are already considering implementing vaccine mandates in the educational setting, experts think that it’s too early to require children to get their COVID-19 shots. According to a professor at the Hastings College of Law in California, vaccine mandates are currently premature, and considering the rate of vaccine hesitancy, it would be best to introduce it three to six months later down the line. 

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Scientists Said This Was the Last COVID-19 Surge: Do They Still Believe It Today?

The United States of America has been given a breath of relief as COVID-19 cases decline in the past few weeks. From the delta variant surge that caused a seven-day average of 200,000 cases, October saw a 40% drop in new COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths. 

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How to Keep Kids Safe From COVID-19 During Sports Season
With vaccines being available for children and adolescents ages 12 and up, the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) reckons that vaccinated kids can now safely return to their respective sports. NATA provides parents with tips to keep their kids safe from COVID-19 while engaging in contact or no-contact sports.
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How to Help Children and Adolescents Understand COVID-19
Unlike adults who have a solid and informed understanding of the current global crisis, children and adolescents may not be as aware. Parents should make sure that their kids hear reliable facts and information about COVID-19 and help them understand the changes that have been happening around them. We round up some tips on how to talk to your child about COVID-19.
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