American Academy of Pediatrics: Masking in schools will allow children to get back to school in-person, safely

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FILE – In this Feb. 25, 2021 file photo, Linsey Johnson, right, a dean at Meyer Levin Middle School, greets a student in New York. With COVID-19 cases soaring nationwide, school districts across the U.S. are yet again confronting the realities of a polarized country and the lingering pandemic as they navigate mask requirements, vaccine rules and social distancing requirements for the fast-approaching new school year. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)

Dr. Alison Tothy of the American Academy of Pediatrics explains why her team recommends that schools continue to require masks, even if students are vaccinated.

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