Doctor worried delay on in person schooling will hurt students, parents

As public schools develop plans to reopen their buildings to in person learning, a pediatrician believes schools should be able to offer some in person learning before the end of the calendar year. "I think our positivity rate, our infection rate is down enough in the State of Maryland, the community spread is low enough that it is safe enough for children to go back to school," said  Dr. Theresa Nguyen, assistant chairman of pediatrics at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC). (WBAL)

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