You have made this point over and over. My goodness you don't seem to see the issue. Yes, KIDS don't (generally) get deathly ill from this, but kids live with parents/guardians/grandparents. I obviously don't know you, but you seem like the kind of person who doesn't factor in anything that doesn't immediately resemble your exact circumstances and experiences. You may not know this, but some percentage of school age children live with their grandparents for various reasons, another percentage live with people with comorbidity factors that make this dangerous. Many teachers/administrators/cooks/librarians/custodians are older and in the risk category. How do you not see that THIS is the issue? The issue is NOT kids getting and dying from corona virus. The issue is the lack of ability to keep this from spreading to vulnerable parts of the population. If it is proven that children aren't carriers who can infect others, then this becomes a different discussion. Until then this is going to be a rough ride for schools and sports.Safety for who Coach? All current data suggests kids are just fine.