Tuesday, January 05, 2021

Coronavirus, schools and children - what are the risks? (English)

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Among pupils in primary schools, up to the age of 11, evidence shows that there is very limited spread of coronavirus. Children of this age don't appear to be the main drivers for passing it on to their friends or to their families at home. Children of secondary school age are different, however - they appear to be more able to pass the virus on. But there is no evidence that teenagers are more likely to transmit than adults. Schoolchildren and young adults have undoubtedly experienced a much faster rise in infections than other age groups in the second wave - and that may be down to their opportunity to mingle.


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