As more and more politicians push for a second coronavirus shutdown, some doctors are stepping forward and placing their careers on the line by dispelling coronavirus myths, particularly in concern with pending public school shutdowns this fall. A group of doctors who say they are on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic are accusing school unions of leveraging fears of coronavirus as a way to force the government to give them more money.
The doctors, who spoke at Capitol Hill, say there is no evidence that children in school pose any threats to others or themselves. In fact, they say that by not having school, children are exposed to numerous struggles.
Author: Jim Satney
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