Schools in Britain are being asked to decide for themselves when they will reopen after the closure imposed nationally due to the coronation pandemic, and some of them are about to do so, a senior health official said today.
The government of Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants schools in England to reopen for some students on June 1, but its plans have been criticized by teachers’ unions, and many local authorities have no plans to open schools. of their area.
“Ultimately, it’s up to the schools themselves to decide if they’re ready for it and if parents have the confidence to send their children again,” said Yvonne Doyle, a doctor and director of the UK’s Public Health Protection Service. parliamentary committee.
“I’m sure some schools are already ready to open and others may not,” she added.
Source: RES – EIA