White House spokesman Kayleigh McEnany repeated Thursday that US President Donald Trump advocated the full reopening of schools related to the coronavirus pandemic, saying that “science should not.” to stand in the way of the decision.
“When he (Trump) says openly, he means to open fully so that children can go to school every day,” McEnany said during a press conference at the White House, declining distance learning or hybrid lesson plans. between face to face and “online”. “Science shouldn’t stand in the way of it. Science is on our side,” he continued.
The Trump administration and the president himself have insisted for days that US schools will reopen in the fall. This problem has become one of the most delicate in the country as it tries to resume normality during the coronavirus pandemic.
However, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recommended reopening guidelines that include, among other things, allowing children to stay at home when needed.