CDC warns of 'significant public health consequences' if schools don't reopen in the fall

A top Centers for Disease Control and Prevention official warned Congress on Friday of "significant public health consequences" if schools don't reopen in the fall. "It's important to realize that it's in the public health's best interest for K-12 students to get back into face-to-face learning," CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield testified before the House Select Subcommittee during a hearing on containing the coronavirus outbreak in the United States.
Fri, Jul 31 202011:50 AM EDT