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School closures will have little impact on COVID-19 control, review finds

Reuters Monday, 6 April 2020
School closures do not tend to help contain the spread of infections during outbreaks of disease such as COVID-19, but will have a big impact on how societies restart after lockdown, scientists said on Monday.
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