Coronavirus: Nursery staff not exempt from self-isolation

Katy Morton
Friday, July 23, 2021

The sector has expressed its anger at the omission of early years from the Government’s list of critical workers who can avoid self-isolation if they are ‘pinged’ by the NHS Covid app.

The sector has spoken out against Government plans to not put early years staff on the critical workers list to be allowed to avoid self-isolation PHOTO Adobe Stock
The sector has spoken out against Government plans to not put early years staff on the critical workers list to be allowed to avoid self-isolation PHOTO Adobe Stock

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