By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services
PHOENIX — State health officials may now have standards of when they think it’s safe for kids to go back to school.
But a new statewide survey of likely voters shows that most Arizonans are not comfortable with the idea, even if the state gives the go-ahead.
And Democrats are even more reticent about sending their kids off.
Court Rich , co founder of HealthyVerify Certification, the country’s only independent medically based certification company working with schools on procedures says, “Schools need to look at every facet of their operation to plan to reopen as safely as possible.”