LOS ANGELES — If you’re the kind of parent who cares about sending your kids to school in person, there was no worse place to be last school year than Los Angeles.
And there’s probably no better place to be today.
During the first week back from this year’s Christmas break, as the hypertransmissible Omicron variant was peaking nationwide, more than 7 percent of public schools in the U.S. (7,164 schools in total) had to shut down or go virtual because so many students and staff were sick.
All told, a staggering 25 percent of Americans reported that COVID closed schools in their community in December or January, according to the latest
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