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CDC removes guidelines encouraging in-person learning amid COVID-19 pandemic – MLive.com

The guidance documents downplayed the transmission risks of COVID-19 to children and others.

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have pulled contentious school guidance off its website that advocated for students returning to in-person learning.
The guidance was quietly removed Oct. 29 without any public announcement or explanation. Originally published in July, the agency downplayed the transmission risks COVID-19 poised to children and others, emphasizing that closing schools would be detrimental to their social and emotional well-being and safety.
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