With schools closing, events cancelled, and many companies urging employees to work from home to prevent the spread of COVID-19, parents are facing an unexpected challenge. Since many of these closures overlap school March breaks, kids may not have homework to do — and even if they do, the lack of school and extracurricular activities will leave them with extra time on their hands. But that doesn’t mean that parents can rely on their usual school holiday activities like playdates, playgrounds, and museum visits. As Dr. Asaf Bitton writes in Social Distancing: This Is Not A Snow Day, “even if you choose only one friend to have over, you are creating new links and possibilities for the type of transmission that all of our school/work/public event closures are trying to prevent… We need to all do our part during these times, even if it means some discomfort for a while.”

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Published On: April 15th, 2020Views: 1860