That’s simply not true. I have the news channel on in the background all day. Virologists are regularly on and being asked about this. There’s a range of opinion on transmission, but all have been clear that there’s no high evidence either way, and until we know otherwise we should assume they can transmit. As for them being unlikely to catch the virus, the evidence is strong there. You’re wrong. Children catch this as easily as anyone. People have taken the low mortality rate among children and mistaken that for the ability to catch and transmit, and these are completely different things. One thing noted on Monday. Anyone coughing and sneezing less is probably less likely to transmit that way. However, you can still transmit through touch, hence the hand gels. Classrooms are full of hard surfaces and hard objects where we know the virus lives. Desks, hard plastic chairs, glue sticks, rulers, pens, shiny text book covers. And we’re talking about cramming a lot of people into relatively short spaces, for long periods of time. 16 people in a room for 7 hours a day together?