Kids and Covid: What to Know, a Times Virtual Event

As children head back for an uncertain school year, Dr. Anthony Fauci joins Times journalists for a vital Q. and A. for parents, educators and students everywhere.,


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When it comes to our children and Covid, we have more questions than answers. How will new variants affect them? How will they go back to school safely? Join Dr. Anthony Fauci and Times journalists (who are parents themselves) for a vital Q&A session for parents, educators and students everywhere.

As cases of the Delta variant of the coronavirus continue to surge across the country and children under 12 are yet to be approved for the vaccine, September’s return to school can feel uncertain at best and unnerving at worst.

How will this new strain affect our children? Is it still safe for school to take place in person? What preventive measures should we put in place to protect our children?

Hear crucial answers from Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, and then join a vital Q. and A. session for parents, educators and students everywhere with Times journalists (who are parents themselves), including Apoorva Mandavilli, a science reporter, and Lisa Damour, a contributing writer and psychologist, moderated by Andrew Ross Sorkin, DealBook founder and columnist.

It’s all part of our latest virtual event series just for subscribers. We look forward to seeing you there.

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