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Coronavirus: how school closures affect infection numbers

By Derek Groen, Lecturer in Simulation and Modelling, Brunel University London
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Whether schools should remain open or not has been the subject of much recent debate. The continuing rise in cases led the UK government to decide on January 4 that all schools in England are to be closed at least until the end of February, as part of a wider national lockdown.

There is plenty of existing research to suggest that school closures can impair children’s development, their mental well-being,…

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