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Coronavirus school closures: what’s the evidence?

By Andrew Lee, Reader in Global Public Health, University of Sheffield
Sunil Bhopal, Academic Clinical Lecturer in Paediatrics, Newcastle University
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The COVID-19 pandemic has been disastrous for many children, whose education and development have been badly affected by repeated school closures.

Schools in the UK were first closed to most pupils as a pandemic control measure in March 2020 and again in January 2021 in response to the spread of the new variant of coronavirus.

The prime minister,…

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