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New York City has continued to require masks for all students and school personnel regardless of vaccination status.
The state Department of Health said they are still evaluating the CDC's updated guidance on classroom distancing and all New York school districts will need to continue to follow current state policy.
“The CDC has evaluated the evidence, and has decided that the distance between children in our public school classrooms can go from six feet to three feet. This obviously opens up a world of possibilities for bringing kids back,” Mayor Bill de Blasio said.
Many of the CDC's newly-released guidelines are already in play in the New York City public school system.
A 31-year-old emergency room doctor said all the fears about the coronavirus have caused a surge in people asking to be tested.
The mayor accused the Trump administration of holding up the city's testing process.
According to the Centers for Disease Control "most of the country" is now experiencing "high levels of influenza-like-illness" at levels "nearing what have been peak levels of ILI during moderately severe seasons in the past."
According to research from the Centers for Disease Control, more Americans than ever are suffering from asthma. One in 12 adults, to be exact.
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