COVID-19 Media Briefing: Reopening schools and impacts on children

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The decision to reopen schools is complicated and nuanced and should consider the specific needs and public health situations of individual communities, Duke health experts said July 14.

Speaking to reporters during a virtual media briefing, two pediatricians and an applied economist explained the many difficult aspects to consider when deciding whether to reopen schools to children this fall.

Faculty Participants

Dr. Ibukun Christine Akinboyo
Ibukun Akinboyo is an assistant professor of pediatrics in the Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at the Duke School of Medicine and a medical director of pediatric infection prevention at Duke University Medical Center.

Lisa Gennetian
Lisa Gennetian is an applied economist who studies childhood poverty and how it shapes personal development. She is an associate professor of early learning policy studies in Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy and a faculty affiliate in the Center for Child and Family Policy.

Dr. Charlene Wong
Charlene Wong is an assistant professor of pediatrics at the Duke School of Medicine and a primary care pediatrician specializing in adolescent and young adult care. She is also a core faculty member at the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy.
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