Mitt Romney presses Biden nominee Dr. Rachel Levin on school closures



Senator Mitt Romney pressed Dr. Rachel Levine regarding school closures during a nomination hearing on Thursday. Levine was nominated to be the assistant secretary for health at the Department of Health and Human Services, a role that primarily oversees the agency’s public health initiatives.

Romney said, “the timetable for opening schools should be dictated by science, not teachers unions. Data does not indicate COVID-19 spikes in schools that are open. Schools that can safely reopen should do so.”

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