Kids are not major source of COVID-19 spread, McMaster research review finds

'One of the things we really need to focus on is minimizing contact between the adults in the school setting'

A new McMaster University review of COVID-19 research says children will not become super spreaders or cause a spike in infections if they return to school.
It comes school boards and the Ontario government plan for the re-opening of schools in the fall.
The review looked at 33 studies from around the world to understand the role of daycares and schools in COVID-19 transmission.