Concern as reports of Covid in early years settings more than double in a week

Annette Rawstrone
Monday, January 25, 2021

Reported incidences of Covid-19 in early years settings have more than doubled in a week, according to the latest Ofsted numbers.

Nurseries must notify Ofsted if there has been a positive test for Covid-19 in their setting, but the data does not show the number of positive cases among staff and children, which means there could be multiple cases
Nurseries must notify Ofsted if there has been a positive test for Covid-19 in their setting, but the data does not show the number of positive cases among staff and children, which means there could be multiple cases

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