For this age group in England: 👉No vaccine offer available 👉No masks in school 👉No routine testing to find cases 👉No contact isolation 👉No surveillance for #LongCovidKids 👉No one in a government public health leadership position saying we should have any of the above
This week's #COVID19 surveillance report shows case rates are highest in those aged 5 to 9 years old and lowest in those aged 70-79. For more information, read the full report: gov.uk/government/statistics…
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If you’re parent being labelled ‘anxious’ because you don’t your kids repeatedly infected with a virus that can cause lingering health effects, please know that England doing much less against covid in kids than so many other countries is a reality not an illusion.
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8% of UK primary school kids had covid last week. Eight percent.

Jan 21, 2022 · 10:00 PM UTC

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And all the staff too!
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8% we know about. Others probably have it but are not testing.
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This is from the ONS survey of random testing of a representative sample so not NHS testing data.
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Outbreak in my grandsons school as well but hes been at home since before Xmas.
Another 2 have been reported today 😢 now 138. It disgusts me, these poor children and their families…. Just like that.. gone forever 😢
Sadly 😢 DHSC/ Gov.uk report the death of two children with Covid, a boy 10-14 on the 16th January & a boy aged 5-9 (date unknown as yet) England 126 Scotland 7 Wales 3 NI 2 UK Child Covid Deaths 138 #coronavirus
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