David L. Katz & Kelly B. Close

Dr. Katz is a specialist in preventive medicine and public health, president of True Health Initiative, and the founding director of the Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center. Dr. Close is an emergency physician at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, a disaster expert and the former National Coordinator of Disaster Volunteers for the American Red Cross on September 11, 2001.

Colleges and Schools Can and Should Open in a Way That Does the Least Harm

Any untimely death is a tragedy. Our youth die in transit to and from schools and universities every year, but these institutions are not shut down as a result. Engaging in life involves some risk of death. COVID-19 deaths in youth are rare. Rational policies should aim to minimize such risks with no expectation of …

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