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Back to school: How will social bubbles work? | COVID-19 Ask an Expert

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With schools opening in about a month, questions are starting to pile up. Pediatrician and the founder and director of Kidcrew Pediatrics, Dr. Dina Kulik, answers questions about testing, the role of grandparents, and whether kids should change their clothes at school before coming home.

0:44 - Should kids change clothes at school before heading home?
1:41 - Are there any materials that teachers should not be wearing in a classroom?
2:10 - How do bubble classrooms work if families have multiple children all in different grades?
3:24 - What does back to school mean for bubbles that include grandparents?
4:20 - Would my child and all children in an exposed school bus or group be required to isolate for the recommended 14-day period? Should all family members of each child do that as well?
6:11 - What arrangements are in hand to pre-test students and staff before Sept. 8th? Should all students test themselves before going back to school?
7:11 - I’m picking up my two grandkids from the school bus. Can I bring them inside my house until a parent can pick them up?
8:07 - Is there an age that people need to be more concerned about?
8:34 - What should vulnerable family members (with an underlying medical condition) do if a child in this home is going back to school in September?
9:34 - Are grandparents basically out of the picture if kids go back to school?
10:08 - How can children protect themselves while in an enclosed space like a school bus?
10:54 - How do I in good conscience put my kids on a school bus?
12:06 - My son has a physical disability, which requires him to have a full-time education assistant to support his needs at school. EAs are typically supporting several students with many needs, some immunocompromised, on a daily basis, moving to and from various classes. I would like to hear how my son’s needs, as well as others, will be kept safe while fully supported to ensure academic success?

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