Change to test and trace and self-isolation rules causes 'utter confusion' in nurseries

Catherine Gaunt
Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Early years settings and schools have been thrown into confusion following the Government's change to the rules on tracking coronavirus cases and self-isolation, as the number of Covid-related absences among children and staff continues to rise.

Nurseries say they do not know how NHS Test and Trace will work in practice now they are no longer responsible for contact tracing in settings PHOTO Adobe Stock
Nurseries say they do not know how NHS Test and Trace will work in practice now they are no longer responsible for contact tracing in settings PHOTO Adobe Stock

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