@nytimes
The New York Times
a month ago
Now that kids are back in the classroom, there’s a very real possibility that they may be exposed to the coronavirus. Here are six ways to help them deal with whatever feelings may come up in the event that an exposure notification arrives.
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@katalin_pota
Katalin Pota ☮️💚🌹💙
a month ago
@nytimes The best way is to stay at home.
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@mspeier1
M Speier
a month ago
@nytimes Gimme a break. Have you watched college football, the baseball playoffs, gone to restaurants or been at concerts? But little Johnny and Janie have to wear masks for 8 hours a day? End this already.
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@Andres_F_
Andres F
a month ago
@nytimes Como delegar la responsabilidad social de una pandemia a los niños?, confía en que un adulto siga todos los protocolos? si es asi... confía en que un niño los siga? Para mas cuentos lea el articulo.
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@barry_debor
Barry Omicron Debor
a month ago
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@StillMadGreek
StillDaMadGreek
a month ago
@nytimes Why is that acceptable to you
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@eros_pistol
Pistol Eros
a month ago
@nytimes Kids are wearing masks at school in most of the counties since more than a year. And surprise… they are just fine.
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@LetsGroupHug
The Smallest Minority
a month ago
@nytimes The truth always helps. “Yes you may get it, probably a good chance you will, but if you do, you have a 99.9% chance of surviving. Now take off your mask and go be a kid.”
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