A little over two months into the school year, the fear of a widespread shutdown like Canada experienced in the spring has not materialized. At the same time, schools have also not been immune to COVID-19. Though health and safety measures seem to have helped, health experts are raising additional concerns, especially as winter approaches. School-aged children and teens account for a growing percentage of Quebec’s rising COVID-19 case count — a worrying trend, said Kim Lavoie, professor and Canada Research Chair in behavioural medicine at the University of Quebec at Montreal.
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