As more New Jersey school districts face COVID-19 outbreaks and some are forced to stop in-person classes, many health care experts worry about what to expect as we head into the flu season. Pediatrician Lawrence Kleinman, professor, vice chair for academic development and chief of the Division of Population Health, Quality and Implementation Science (PopQuIS) at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School who has published several studies about the risks children face with COVID-19. He talks about how to keep children safe at school during the pandemic. To read the full story.
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