Child care providers vaccinated at higher rates than general U.S. population
Researchers at the Yale Child Study Center, an Esther A. and Joseph Klingenstein Fund grantee, published a national study in which they found that child care providers are vaccinated at higher rates than the general population.
“Child care providers are one of the few groups that have intimate interactions with many people on a daily basis, putting them at higher risk of getting and spreading COVID-19,” said Walter Gilliam, the Elizabeth Mears and House Jameson Professor at the Yale Child Study Center. “Protecting them from COVID-19 is important for their health and the health of the children they care for.”
Read more at Yale News.