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Mendoza's message released Tuesday urged parents, child care providers, camp operators, and summer school programs to keep a close watch for symptoms of the virus in children.Mendoza's message released Tuesday urged parents, child care providers, camp operators, and summer school programs to keep a close watch for symptoms of the virus in children.

Mendoza, Monroe County urge continued caution for COVID in kids under 12 years old and younger | WHEC.com

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Monroe County’s health commissioner is reminding parents and guardians to make sure children under 12 continue to follow COVID-19 safety guidance. Dr. Michael Mendoza says a potential outbreak among children could cause issues for vulnerable adults, including those who are unvaccinated or only partially vaccinated.Monroe County’s health commissioner is reminding parents and guardians to make sure children under 12 continue to follow COVID-19 safety guidance. Dr. Michael Mendoza says a potential outbreak among children could cause issues for vulnerable adults, including those who are unvaccinated or only partially vaccinated.

Monroe County reminds parents about COVID-19 safety for kids | WHAM

Monroe County reminds parents about COVID-19 safety for kids

He says studies show children can be particularly vulnerable against the delta variant.He's concerned about the delta variant.

Dr. Mendoza encourages mask wearing for children under 12

The latest COVID-19 update from the Monroe County Department of Public Health.The latest COVID-19 update from the Monroe County Department of Public Health.

Monroe County’s weekly COVID-19 update: 86 new cases, 9 new deaths | RochesterFirst