Schools in England to fully reopen on March 8th with compulsory Covid tests – BBC News

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    All schools and further education colleges in England will be fully open from Monday 8th March.

    Secondary school students will be regularly tested using rapid lateral flow tests. Until Easter face coverings will be compulsory in class, where social distancing is not possible.

    In Scotland and Wales some younger primary school children have started to return.

    Huw Edwards presents BBC News at Ten reporting by education editor Branwen Jeffreys in Merseyside.

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