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Masks-Primary Schools forgotten

BBC reported Beth Collins, assistant head teacher at Laurels Primary in Worthing, saying that she felt "once again primaries have been forgotten", saying that as primary pupils were unvaccinated "it has left us open to every danger going". This was taken from part of an article about 'Covid: Pupils to wear masks in class in England's secondary schools to tackle Omicron'. Dated 2/1/2022.

Do you think that staff and primary schools are not provided with sufficient safeguards such as air purifiers? Will we be in a situation where there will be again, insufficient staff in primary schools and children taught at home? Email the national office with your views.

By: Mike Aylen

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