Covid-19 & Local Authorities
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As the coronavirus began to spread in the UK last year, the government asked local authorities to help make sure rough-sleepers in England would be offered a place to live to keep them away from the risk of infection. What results, one year on?
People in precarious employment are hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic. Yet, the government currently has nothing significant to offer the most vulnerable in this economic crisis.
Local interpretation of national guidance will be most effective in preventing outbreaks in schools. This pandemic could last for many more months, and impact on the learning, socialisation and mental health of pupils must be taken into account.