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Masks and Vaccines Both Protect Kids From Covid

Three CDC studies show the benefits of masks and vaccination in reducing kids’ risk of Covid infection, hospitalization, and death

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Now that school has been in session for a few months, it’s been possible to learn a bit about what’s working to reduce the likelihood of Covid transmission in schools…




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Tara Haelle

Tara Haelle

Tara Haelle is a science journalist, public speaker, and author of Vaccination Investigation and The Informed Parent. Follow her at @tarahaelle.

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