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Back to School: The Effect of School Visits During COVID-19 on COVID-19 Transmission
Researchers find that increases in county-level in-person visits to schools lead to an increase in COVID-19 diagnoses among households with children relative to households without school-age children.
Rapid Antigen Tests Catch the Most Contagious Children, a Study Finds
New research from Schaeffer Center expert Neeraj Sood was featured in The New York Times. Sood and colleagues found that rapid antigen tests detect about half of children infected with COVID-19, but more than 90% of the most contagious children.
Rapid COVID Tests Used Twice Weekly Could Detect Most Contagious School-Aged Kids
While COVID-19 hospitalizations are down, a new Schaeffer Center white paper highlights the importance of investing in minimally invasive technologies that will allow hospitals to prepare for future surges.
“Vaccine Passport” Certification — Policy and Ethical Considerations
An analysis of the policy and ethical considerations of implementing vaccine passports broadly.
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