Covid: Schools aren’t ‘infection hubs’ says public health Medical Director
The BBC reports that Public Health England’s medical director has said schools are not “drivers” or “hubs” of Covid infection. Dr Yvonne Doyle said she understood parents’ nervousness about schools returning after the summer in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. She stressed that lots of measures to reduce the risk of Covid spread remained in place. But Prof Callum Semple, a government scientific adviser, said with most adults vaccinated, schools were likely to be a “greater part of the problem”.
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