Rising Covid rates cause disruption at Somerset schools

BBC reports …

Headteachers in Somerset say they are seeing “serious disruption” from Covid infections among students and staff. There are currently more than 40 schools having to reintroduce social distancing and other measures.

Mendip has the eleventh highest rate in England at nearly double the national average Covid rate.

The NHS said it has written to secondary schools to let them know Covid vaccinations will be offered to children aged between 12 and 15.

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