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Fact check: DeVos never said 'only' 0.02% of children will die if schools reopen in the fall

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 14 July 2020
Numerous posts on social media claim Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said "only" 0.02% of children will die of COVID-19. She never said that.
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The Trump Administration is pushing to reopen schools in the fall of 2020. Business Insider reports the US is dealing with record spike in cases of the novel coronavirus. Education Secretary Betsy Devos on Sunday doubled down on the Trump administration's position. "There is going to be the exception...

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