Prevent COVID in Schools: Safe Distance Desk Shield
By admin September 25, 2020

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How do you prevent COVID in schools? Right now, millions of parents and teachers around the world are concerned about their kids/students going back to school during the COVID-19 pandemic. How can you ensure student safety in classrooms and proceed with classroom instruction in the “new normal”?

We’re excited to be working with our PPE partner ZEV Supplies (PPE USA Supply + Glass 3), which offers a wide range of PPE products including the Safe Distance (“Safe DSTNC”) Desk Shield. This timely solution provides a safe barrier that prevents and mitigates the spread of airborne particles. The Desk Shields protect students and teachers while allowing the visual and auditory experience to remain seamless.

To prevent COVID in schools and ensure student/teacher safety, it is important implement critical solutions like the Safe Distance (“Safe DSTNC”) shield. For more information on the desk shield and PPE products, email and

For more information, about TBG’s COVID-19 solutions, just go here.


Scroll below the picture for the CDC’s guidance for schools via their website:

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Students in school wearing masks

“As communities in the United States consider how to safely re-open K-12 school buildings and in-person services, CDC offers updated considerations for mitigation strategies that K-12 school administrators can use to help protect students, teachers, and staff and slow the spread of COVID-19.  These updated Considerations for Schools are intended to aid school administrators as they consider how to protect the health, safety, and wellbeing of students, teachers, staff, their families, and communities:

  1. Promoting behaviors that reduce COVID-19’s spread
  2. Maintaining healthy environments
  3. Maintaining healthy operations
  4. Preparing for when someone gets sick

Local Guidance & Collaboration:

Schools should determine, in collaboration with state and local health officials to the extent possible, whether and how to implement each of these considerations while adjusting to meet the unique needs and circumstances of the local community. Implementation should be guided by what is feasible, practical, acceptable, and tailored to the needs of each community.


It is also critically important to develop strategies that can be revised and adapted depending on the level of viral transmission in the school and throughout the community and done with close communication with state and/or local public health authorities and recognizing the differences between school districts, including urban, suburban, and rural districts.


These considerations are meant to supplement—not replace—any Federal, state, local, territorial, or tribal health and safety laws, rules, and regulations with which schools must comply (e.g., Individuals with Disabilities Education Actexternal icon).

School-based health facilities may refer to CDC’s Guidance for U.S. Healthcare Facilities and may find it helpful to reference the Ten Ways Healthcare Systems Can Operate Effectively During the COVID-19 Pandemic.”

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