A sleep-away summer camp in Georgia serves as a huge warning for reopening schools: 260 kids infected within 3 days

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In the debate over reopening schools, proponents of reopening claim that young kids don't get very sick from COVID-19 and also don't spread it very effectively.

There are a pair of new studies out, including a review of a major outbreak at a sleep-away camp in Georgia, that seriously challenge that thinking.  Turns out young children infected with coronavirus are carrying the same viral loads in their noses and throats as adults--and could be just as contagious.

Dr. Jennifer Schuster is a pediatric infectious disease physician and Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City.