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Originally Published by The Los Angeles Times

Is it safe for children to return to school while the coronavirus is on the loose? That depends on what’s likely to happen if a student becomes infected. Will the virus jump to his classmates, who could then fuel its spread throughout the student body? Will it find its way to his teacher and hitch a ride to the break room, putting the faculty on campus at risk as well? Scientists don’t have definitive answers to questions like these — and they probably won’t for quite awhile. Schools are coping with this uncertainty in different ways. In Southern California, the state’s two biggest districts — Los Angeles Unified and San Diego Unified — said they would begin the new school year with full-time distance learning.

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