Mark Nichter PhD, MPH 1, Collin Catalfamo, MPH 2
1 School of Anthropology, University of Arizona
2 Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, University of Arizona
- Early on in the pandemic, and up until more recently, the majority of the data and research has been dedicated to adults and COVID-19.
- Presently, however, more attention is being paid to the effects COVID-19 has on children, especially in the context of whether children should return to in-person classes.
- This presentation will cover how COVID-19 affects children and the different aspects that need to be considered when deciding whether in-person instruction return.