Children must return to school

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Parents and educators must prepare a hybrid of programs to resume some in-person instruction for students this summer and next fall amid the COVID-19 pandemic and reduce youth isolation, medical officials said.

Voices for Healthy Kids, an initiative of the American Heart Association and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, held a briefing Thursday afternoon with medical experts from across the nation about strategies to keep children resilient, learning and active this summer as they prepare to return to an unknown learning environment in the fall due to COVID-19.

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