Government advice is for teachers to become Covid-19 super-spreaders

Ridiculous: one school’s half-hearted attempt to introduce social distancing for children so young they won’t pay the slightest attention to the new rules.

Take a look at this:

That’s right – instead of conforming with the advice for everyone else, that any contact with someone showing Covid-19 symptoms means self-isolation for two weeks, the Tories are telling teachers to carry on as normal.

This means they could spread the disease to everybody in their class – who could then spread it to their parents and everyone within all of their social circles.

In other words, it seems the Tories are setting up our schools as incubation centres for a huge new wave of Covid-19 infections.

Is this the “good old British common sense” that Boris Johnson likes to mention? If so, what a shame he is incapable of providing any examples of it himself.

This seems an opportune place to remind parents that they have a legal duty to keep their children away from any setting that may harm their youngsters’ help.

If they allow their child to go to school, therefore, and the child catches Covid-19, responsibility for the illness and its consequences will lie with the parent, and not with the Tory government that tried to coerce them into sending their child into danger.

June 1 is only a few days away. I wonder how many parents will send their children to schools that have been turned into deathtraps.

Source: Teacher? In contact with someone symptomatic? No need to go home or self-isolate, says government – SKWAWKBOX

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  1. Jeffrey Davies May 28, 2020 at 4:28 pm - Reply

    Brilliant isn’t it the herd in schools first infect the teachers oh dear aktion t4 getting up steam

  2. Hecuba May 28, 2020 at 5:52 pm - Reply

    Why haven’t the fascist tories told all non teachers that if they come into contact with someone who has symptons of coronavirus there is no need to go into quarantine but just carry on working/going about one’s day routine as normal? Oh yes of course they aren’t teachers whereas those who are will undoubtedly transmit the coronavirus to others!

    Well done fascist tories you’ve set up the teachers to be blamed and you fascist tories will utter your common lie ‘not our problem guv we aren’t responsible for citizens’ health! We just want certain groups to contract coronavirus and then die!

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