Study: COVID-19 precautions keep child care centers safe for kids, employees
Employees at child care centers aren't at an elevated risk of catching COVID-19 on the job — if their employers take commonsense precautions, according to a new study by Yale University researchers.
The study collected information on risk mitigation strategies, COVID-19 exposure and COVID-19 infections at more than 57,000 child care centers across the country from March to May.
It found that child care workers were not at an elevated risk of catching COVID-19 on the job if their employers followed commonsense safety measures, which included regular disinfecting, hand washing, social distancing and wearing masks.
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