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Lilymae69
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Going to school second day of year 10 in an hour so might not see all the response right way but as the title says. What do you think
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I doubt schools will close again
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I doubt schools will close again
Good since i don't want them to close
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They might close in November (I really don't know).
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They might close in November (I really don't know).
I think so too tbh sadly
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(Original post by Lilymae69)
I think so too tbh sadly
Hopefully they don't close.
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Hopefully they don't close.
Ikr I also don't want them to close
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depends how bad covid gets this time around tbf
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I am for a Second National lockdown as long as it doesn’t go over Christmas because that would stop lots of families that haven’t seen each other for a long time meeting. I don’t think schools would close unless there was a Second National Lockdown.
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I highly doubt we will see mass closures - but I expect we will see a lot of individual school closures (either partially or fully) over the coming term.
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(Original post by mjhmichael18)
I am for a Second National lockdown as long as it doesn’t go over Christmas because that would stop lots of families that haven’t seen each other for a long time meeting. I don’t think schools would close unless there was a Second National Lockdown.

I think that's a selfish stance ngl. You don't mind a lockdown, as long, as it doesn't affect things that are important to you. If you want a lockdown, you should believe in it unequivocally.

If families not meeting means Covid stays down, I think it's a sacrifice that should be made.
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I am for a Second National lockdown as long as it doesn’t go over Christmas because that would stop lots of families that haven’t seen each other for a long time meeting. I don’t think schools would close unless there was a Second National Lockdown.
Second lockdown is extremely damaging in my opinion
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Second lockdown is extremely damaging in my opinion
True but if cases continue to rise the way they are it may be needed.
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True but if cases continue to rise the way they are it may be needed.
sure i guess
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I reckon they’ll close. 2 days in and there was already a case of covid and 50 or so students now have to stay home
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I reckon they’ll close. 2 days in and there was already a case of covid and 50 or so students now have to stay home
i rlly dont want them to close
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I doubt there'll be another full lockdown but lots of small closures - my school has had a teacher go off with covid-19 we're still going but I'm not sure whether it was poor judgement.
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(Original post by jonathanemptage)
True but if cases continue to rise the way they are it may be needed.
May as well have a 3rd and 4th next year while we're at it.
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May as well have a 3rd and 4th next year while we're at it.
Maybe there's a deal on - get one lockdown have another free.
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I think around October/ November + in October is when they make the final decisions if we do the end of year exams and what’s happening officially, my teachers told me yesterday. But the infectious rate is above one so who knows.
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