Those CDC guidelines were edited by the White House. Non politically connected pediatricians have different guidelines. I care about other workers too. But what suggestion to you have that can keep supply chains opened while keeping pantries stocked at home that also keeps grocery stores closed? Come up with a workable idea for people to be fed while keeping stores closed, and I'll support it. While we can't distance eat, we can distance learn. It is generally not as effective as in-person, especially for kids in elementary and middle school, but we also must weigh public health. Reopening schools too soon will promote spread of the virus. Too much evidence to suggest otherwise. And where there's viral spread increase, death follows. Not to mention, those that survive may have long lasting health issues such as heart problems, lung problems, neurological disorders, etc. We all should come together and promote a flatter curve until we have this disease under control. Reopening schools too soon will be just as bad as reopening bars and restaurants too soon. If you do send your kids back, I hope the school can avoid an outbreak. I truly do. I just believe it's way too risky, especially in hot spots, where the b question isn't if school has a COVID-19 problem, it's when.