Florida Schools Opened — And a Coronavirus Surge Didn’t Happen

When Florida mandated that all its public schools return to face-to-face instruction by August 31, 2020, most people expected a surge in COVID-19 cases among schoolchildren, but the surge didn’t happen. The schools didn’t open haphazardly: Students still had to wear masks and practice social distancing. Many also attended class on a graduated or “hybrid” schedule that brought them to school at different hours, so they had less contact time with each other than they...

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