Health experts discuss the mistakes made with school closures
It's good to see Del Rio talking about harm reduction rather than edicts and prohibition. But did any public health people in the U.S. criticize the edicts and prohibition approach during 2020 and 2021? Hand-wringing on Zoom 3 years after the mistakes were made is terribly inadequate.
Also, it's not only that public health didn't look at the evidence from classrooms opening back up in Europe in spring 2020. I believe Kelley's noted that Wyoming and Montana reopened classrooms before school let out that June. Although, it seems that was on a very limited basis. See this, for example: https://oilcity.news/wyoming/2020/04/28/wyoming-schools-to-remain-closed-through-may-15th/
You should drop in next public post YLE makes (likely early Monday or Tuesday) and ask her directly these questions. I’ve pressed too, but would be nice to see how she responds to you.