Experts who analyzed the results of the study acknowledge that there are some clear differences between the sleepaway camp and schools. After all, at a regular school, children likely don’t spend as much time together in such close proximity as they do in camps. But it’s still “solid evidence to suggest we should be extremely cautious about opening schools,” said Andrew Noymer, an epidemiologist at the University of California, Irvine.
Hundreds of coronavirus infections at Georgia camp raise tough questions about schools reopening
Slate, Aug. 1, 2020
August 1, 2020