Kids may find masks uncomfortable, but they'll be vital to stopping COVID-19 in schools, says expert

Without a vaccine, masks are part of toolkit to curb virus spread: Jason Kindrachuck

Kids may find wearing masks uncomfortable, but if they're heading back to school, it's important to help them get used to them, says one expert.
"We have to figure out a mechanism to teach kids how to do this, because it is going to be imperative for us to be able to add this on as another component on top of things like … ventilation, keeping kids distanced," said Jason Kindrachuck, assistant professor in emerging viruses at the University of Manitoba.