The federal government has actually declined suggestions that children could return to school in England in the next couple of weeks. The Education Secretary, Gavin Williamson, declined to offer a date for them to resume, saying the federal government’s tests would need to be fulfilled prior to pupils could go back to school as part of any easing of coronavirus restrictions.
On the other hand ministers remains under intense pressure over lacks of protective clothes for health employees and specifically the medical dress utilized in hospital extensive care wards.
Mishal Husain provides BBC News at Ten reports from Health Editor Hugh Pym, Education Editor Branwen Jeffreys and Political Reporter Vicki Young.
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