If you have little ones in school, you should be asking the administrators if they have a Pandemic plan. My kids’ school has been fairly proactive with this, though I can’t say they’ve made it known what they’ll do if too many teachers call in sick. Actually, that’s not my main concern; I’d rather they focus on preventing the spread of the infection (though, having seen preschools and lower grade classrooms, I’m not sure if that’s possible without an OCD teacher making sure everyone washes hands a hundred times a day).
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