Most Californians look forward to the day when they can ditch their masks – a marker that the coronavirus pandemic is almost over. But for parents whose children are not yet eligible for vaccination, the state’s June 15 date for dropping rules on facial covers, physical distance and other mitigation measures may signal a new era of anxiety.
“Now every situation will involve a risk assessment which is yet another burden parents will have to shoulder in a year when parents have already been asked to do so much,” said Lisa Boren, a San Francisco resident whose children aged 7 and 9. are younger than the vaccine-approved age of 12 years. “It’s frustrating and deeply exhausting.”
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