USA Today: The greatest COVID-19 threat to college football players this fall might not be on the field, but rather on the rest of campus, a newly published study shows.
In an article posted on the Journal of the American Medical Association’s JAMA Network Open site last Friday, researchers from Yale, Harvard and Massachusetts General Hospital wrote that the safe reopening of college campuses may require testing of all students every two days and “uncompromising vigilance and continuous attention to good prevention practices.”
Researchers from Yale, Harvard and Massachusetts General Hospital study how to safely reopen college campuses, and the number of tests required.
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