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The US has now surpassed 4 million Covid-19 cases and experts are pleading for another nationwide shutdown to keep things from getting worse.

As the coronavirus pandemic continues, new guidelines from the CDC for reopening schools pushed hard for an in-person return.

This comes as the CDC now says the virus will end up as a top 10 leading cause of death in 2020.

The agency cited evidence that suggests the virus isn't as serious for children and that kids aren't likely to spread it to adults.

The CDC also mentioned harm done by keeping kids out of school including learning loss and less access to food, mental health care and other services.

However health experts say that even though children don't get as sick as adults, some of them can still become dangerously ill.

And we shouldn't fall into thinking children are immune.

In New York several children died after being hospitalized with troubling symptoms linked to coronavirus.

And experts say children are not the only concern with reopening schools, with nearly a third of teachers nationwide over age 50, teachers in this group are more vulnerable to fatal infections.

Although the CDC's guidance favors reopening schools, it also recommends keeping them closed in cases of substantial, uncontrolled coronavirus transmission.

The new guidelines come after President Trump complained that the agency's original recommendations for opening schools were too tough and too expensive.

Meanwhile Thursday Trump said the White House asked Congress to provide more than 100 billion dollars to help schools reopen in the fall.

He said the funds would help schools reopen with things like masks and modifications to help social distancing among students.

Republicans in the Senate, who delayed the release of their next stimulus plan Thursday, have dismissed Trump's call to withholding federal aid from schools that remain closed.

But Thursday Trump said the White House is requesting that schools that don't reopen have access to the new funds.

Instead in the districts that remain closed, he wants the money to go to the parents so they can send their kids to private or charter schools.

Posted - 7.24.20

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