Marshall Allen, Megan Rose and Caroline Chen, Propublica | PostedMay 24th - 2:33pm
You never planned on raising kids during a pandemic, and there are no easy decisions. ProPublica scoured the latest research and talked to seven infectious disease and public health experts to help think through the issues facing parents.
Across Granite School District, 4,020 seniors donned a cap and gown, walked across the stage set up in empty auditoriums, parking lots, and other heavily sanitized structures in the final bow for the Class of 2020.
Stepping into a doctor’s office during the coronavirus pandemic might seem unnerving for some, but health care providers across the state are reassuring parents that now is no time to let up on preventative care.
Across Nebo School District, commencement exercises got underway Wednesday, with social distancing, masked teachers and faculty, and processionals involving cars and full families for each graduate of the Class of 2020.
Kids who may have multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children, or MIS-C, a troubling complication of COVID-19 infection, need immediate attention and will probably need to be hospitalized, doctors said Tuesday.
With missionaries unexpectedly returning, and to strange conditions dealt us by the COVID-19 pandemic, it's a tough situation. Here are some specific tools mothers can use to help these bright young adults use this situation to learn pivotal life skills.