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The British Prime Minister called for sending children to school

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The British Prime Minister called for sending children to school: The school is set to reopen next week in the UK amid taxes. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has called on parents to send their children to school, saying “there is very little risk of corona in school. Children’s long absence from school is hampering their development in the distant future. Besides, their health is also being harmed. It’s more harmful than corona. “

The British Prime Minister said in a statement on Monday (August 24).

The British Prime Minister called for sending children to school

“I have spoken before about the moral responsibility of reopening schools and the safety of all students,” he said. I would like to thank the school staff who reopened next September by creating corona security in the classroom during the summer.

Earlier, a study by Public Health England (PHE) found that corona had a lower incidence of school children than home.

The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and St. George’s University conducted the study entitled ‘SARS COV-2 Infection and Transmission in Educational Settings: Cross-Sectional Analysis of Cluster and Outbreaks in England’.

It noted that the pre-primary and primary schools, which opened in June, had an infection rate of only 0.1 percent. Of these, 70 students and 128 school officials have been affected.

The study found that education officials had a higher risk of infection than schoolchildren.

At the time of the study, the number of coronavirus infections in the United Kingdom was 25,470. At this time 1 million children go to school.

More than three-and-a-half million people in the United Kingdom have been infected with the corona so far, according to the World Survey, an international survey agency that keeps track of the corona. And so far more than 41,000 people have died from the infection.

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