Covid-19 & Children

Total 23 Posts

The week in Covid-19.

7 min read
Dr Joe Pajak looks back at last week’s coronavirus situation in the UK, the million cases reported in 20 days, the loose third lockdown, the ICU staff suffering from PTSD after nearly a year working under pressure, the South American travel ban, and more...

Why are more children in school now than during the first lockdown?

4 min read
We need to return to a norm of families only accessing in-school provision where it is absolutely unavoidable, and that appropriate economic and social support is provided to those who need it most.

Coronavirus: How school closures affect infection numbers.

5 min read
Our research can help understand the role schools play in transmission, Dr Derek Groen writes.

The week in Covid-19.

7 min read
Dr Joe Pajak on last week’s coronavirus situation in the UK, the post-Christmas third lockdown, the government’s apparent negligence on schools, London’s hospitals being overwhelmed, and why our leaders should start listening to the experts.

Getting infants, kids, teens, and young people infected to develop herd immunity?

6 min read
How many scientists are there within our countries’ leadership circles with the dangerous view that children and young people must attend school in order to help our nations reach herd immunity before having a vaccine that finally protects our populations?

Challenging the government’s policy on school attendance for clinically vulnerable families.

3 min read
On how the government’s response to our pre-action letter differs from the published guidance and why it must be amended to reflect the government’s official position on local discretion and school attendance for vulnerable family members.

Testing in schools – Government wakes up to fact schools are major centre of transmission for Covid.

4 min read
While mass testing in some secondary schools in London, and parts of Kent and Essex is a start, the Government must urgently address those other parts of the country where infection rates remain high, teachers and school leaders’ unions say.
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