In light of new data, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention relaxed its physical distancing guidelines for children in schools to recommend most students maintain at least 3 feet of distance. It had previously said schools should try to maintain at least 6 feet of distance between children. CNN's Alexandra Field reports.
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