Children in day-care programs present virtually no risk of transmitting Covid-19 to adults, according to a new Yale University study of more than 57,000 U.S. child-care providers.
The study, believed to be the largest of its kind, indicated that keeping child-care centers open doesn’t contribute to transmission of the disease caused by the new coronavirus, as long as they hew to sanitary guidelines like hand washing, small group sizes and staff wearing face coverings.
I believe the same to be true with at least elementary schools. It's previously been stated that kids under 10 do not have the receptors to spread the disease. Many elementary kids are testing positive after, I believe, contracting the disease from family members. These kids aren't sick or really showing symptoms. I assume that a family member begins to show signs, gets the rest of the family tested and finds out the kid has it as well. I have not heard of any outbreaks among kids at elementary schools and I think it's because they can't or have a much more difficult time spreading the disease.
If you mean Dr's orders, no, I don't think volunteers can do that. More like manning the desk, answering phones, directing people where to go, stocking supplies. You know, the stuff they have volunteers do. What gotcha are you trying to get me with here?
I only got into this conversation because I asked about volunteering to take you up on your silly challenge.