What do you think about plans to end automatic Covid isolation for school pupils in England?

Ministers are expected to announce plans which will mean school pupils in England will no longer have to automatically isolate after contact with a positive Covid case. The proposals are that self-isolating will be replaced by a testing regime to prevent children from missing school.

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