UK schools will not reopen straight after Easter, officials say

  The Guardian 

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No 10 and Welsh government insist it will only happen when scientific advice says it is safe * Coronavirus – latest updates * See all our coronavirus coverage Schools across the UK will not reopen immediately after the Easter holidays, after national governments insisted they would only do so when scientific advice said it was safe to proceed. Teaching unions said their members were alarmed by a newspaper report that schools could reopen after the holidays and a review from University College London that cast doubt on the effectiveness of school closures in limiting the spread of disease. Continue reading...
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