Teacher here, and heres what I can tell you. Every year kids get sick the first couple weeks when we come back and the first couple weeks back from Christmas break. For the last 2 years, if a student shows 2 or more symptoms, its automatic 7 days quarantine until the test negative (which could be multiple tests). SO...runny nose/headache..bam..quarantine. We're up to 8 positive cases (8 all of last school year) and nothing more than cold-related symptoms. Parents cant find ways to stay home with their kids for a week, so they head straight to get a covid test. We've had close to 90 kids in quarantine..in a JH/HS of about 250. SO, its been a mess.
Id love to hear from someone who has connections to Dayton Children's as to how sick the kids are who are coming in and being hospitalized.
Parents who don't want their kid sitting at home while they could be in school.who is testing all these kids, and people in general, by the thousands every single day for the last month? getting harder and harder to swallow these inflated numbers.
what I was asking is who is actually administering all of these tests and reporting the results, not why they are being tested.