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Volume 28, Number 1—January 2022
Research Letter

Limited Propagation of SARS-CoV-2 among Children in a Childcare Center, Canada, 2021

Anthony LiComments to Author , Kieran Moore, Lindsay Bowthorpe, Julie Sousa, and T. Hugh Guan
Author affiliations: Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington Public Health, Kingston, Ontario, Canada (A. Li, K. Moore, L. Bowthorpe, J. Sousa, T.H. Guan); Queen’s University, Kingston (A. Li, K. Moore, L. Bowthorpe, T.H. Guan); Ministry of Health of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (K. Moore)

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Social network analysis of a COVID-19 outbreak in a childcare center in Ontario, Canada, March 1–23, 2021. The facility had 1 common staff room and 4 physically separated classroom cohorts: infant (6–18 months of age), toddler (18 months–2.5 years of age), and preschool classes 1 and 2 (both 2.5–5 years of age), excluding adult staff.

Figure. Social network analysis of a COVID-19 outbreak in a childcare center in Ontario, Canada, March 1–23, 2021. The facility had 1 common staff room and 4 physically separated classroom cohorts: infant (6–18 months of age), toddler (18 months–2.5 years of age), and preschool classes 1 and 2 (both 2.5–5 years of age), excluding adult staff.

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