More than half of all secondary schools in England have pupils self-isolating

Metro reports …

More than half of secondary schools in England sent home at least one pupil due to coronavirus last week, new figures show. Statistics from the Department of Education show approximately 26% of state-funded schools had one or more pupils self-isolating on October 22, compared to 21% the week before. This equates to 55% of secondaries and 20% of primaries.

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