Public Health England's medical director has said schools are not "drivers" or "hubs" of Covid infection.
"We understand, and I understand fully, that parents may be nervous but I would stress again that schools are not the drivers and not the hubs of infection." Said Dr Yvonne Doyle.
However, Prof Calum Semple, a government scientific adviser, said with most adults vaccinated, schools were likely to be a "greater part of the problem"
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Source: BBC News, 02 September 2021