Little Hoku Montessori Academy participated in a nationwide survey study from Yale University, where researchers asked about program operations, safety measures, and precautions taken during the COVID-19 pandemic. Researchers concluded that child care workers in the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic did not have increased odds of contracting SARS-CoV-2.

The surveys showed that of the child care programs that continued to operate, 90% or more reported staff and children washed their hands frequently and indoor surfaces were disinfected daily.” 

To read more about the study, visit the American Academy of Pediatrics article: Study: Working in child care not linked to COVID-19 risk early in pandemic.

Webinar Recording: COVID-19 Risk among Child Care Workers

Presented by:

  • Renee Boynton-Jarrett, Boston Medical Center
  • Lynette Fraga, Child Care Aware of America
  • Walter Gilliam, Yale School of Medicine
  • Saad Omer, Yale School of Medicine Thomas Murrary, Yale School of Medicine
  • Rhian Evans, National Association of the Education of Young Children
  • Kimberlee Belcher-Badal, National Workforce Registry Alliance