Government urges colleges to use Covid-19 app

Tes reports …

Students over the age of 16 should use the NHS Covid-19 app to help to slow the spread of coronavirus in colleges, the Department for Education has announced. In new guidance released to further education institutions today, the DfE said that “leaders and staff should familiarise themselves with the features of the app” and “ensure all students in the setting are aware of the approach the setting is taking to the app”

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