Biden Adviser: Biden Has Not Committed To Reopening Schools In Fall Because Pandemic ‘Unpredictable’

Biden Adviser: Biden Has Not Committed To Reopening Schools In Fall Because Pandemic ‘Unpredictable’


Anita Dunn, senior adviser to President Joe Biden, told CNN during an interview on Sunday that Biden has not committed to reopening schools this fall because the pandemic is “unpredictable.”

“President Biden said in an interview that schools should probably all be open in the fall. Can you clarify?” CNN host Jake Tapper asked. “Is it the Biden administration’s position that all K-12 schools should be back full-time, in person learning start of next school year?” And is the Biden White House willing to push back on any teachers unions or others who stake out any position to the contrary not backed up by science?”

“Now, he said probably. He didn’t say absolutely,” Dunn responded. “But, given the science, if the vaccination program in this country proceeds, if people do go get their vaccines, there — he does believe that schools should be able to reopen in September, and reopen safely, following the CDC guidelines. But he said probably. He said

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