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Schools to be told to ‘stay open' even if they suspect coronavirus

1 month ago   |   By Metro

PHE is expected to issue new guidance to schools on Monday
Schools do not need to close or send staff and pupils home if there is a suspected case of coronavirus, Public Health England will advise.
PHE is expected to issue new guidance to schools on Monday saying no restrictions or special control measures are needed while tests for Covid-19 are carried out on a suspected case.
If a case of the virus is confirmed, then health protection teams will speak to the headteacher and action will be taken.
The new guidance comes a week after at least seven schools in Brighton, Hove and Eastbourne...
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Health officials to advise schools to stay open in wake of coronavirus fears

Health officials to advise schools to stay open in wake of coronavirus fears

1 month ago   |   By Belfast telegraph

Health officials are to tell schools that they do not need to close or send staff and pupils home if there is a suspected case of coronavirus.
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