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Study finds in-person learning did not lead to spike in COVID-19 cases in NYC

The study from Mayor Bill de Blasio's senior health adviser Dr. Jay Varma does have its limits, mainly that schools were testing randomly to look for asymptomatic cases, while people in the community were more likely to get tested if they were exposed or feeling sick.

News 12 Staff

Mar 12, 2021, 12:23 AM

Updated 1,197 days ago

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The study from Mayor Bill de Blasio's senior health adviser Dr. Jay Varma does have its limits, mainly that schools were testing randomly to look for asymptomatic cases, while people in the community were more likely to get tested if they were exposed or feeling sick.


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