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How is it a 'National Lockdown' if schools are remaining open?????????????????????????
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Not sure tbh. Schools should’ve closed as when they opened at the end of August/September that’s when everything started to rise
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bc as borris said schools are 'covid-safe'~~ ^_^
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Nah the whole thing is a mess
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He should come and inspect our school corridors. My god is it hell!!!
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if schools close people with children can't work as they have to care for them which in turn effects the economy
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(Original post by starshine1155)
How is it a 'National Lockdown' if schools are remaining open?????????????????????????
guess you could also say "How is it a 'National Lockdown' if supermarkets are remaining open" if that is your thought process
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As long as A Levels are not cancelled I do not care
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Just heard on the news that only 1% of primary aged students have COVID nationwide and only 2% for secondary aged students, very low figures, no need to close the schools.
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Just heard on the news that only 1% of primary aged students have COVID nationwide and only 2% for secondary aged students, very low figures, no need to close the schools.
Do you really believe that??? Its got to be higher surely
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(Original post by starshine1155)
Do you really believe that??? Its got to be higher surely
Not fully, but it's a more reliable source than the conjecture of strangers online.
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if schools close people with children can't work as they have to care for them which in turn effects the economy
that's not true. most people work 9-5. my mum works 7-8 with an hour of travel there and back. for most ppl they'd be fine alone for an hour.
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(Original post by csmh1912)
that's not true. most people work 9-5. my mum works 7-8 with an hour of travel there and back. for most ppl they'd be fine alone for an hour.
depends if your kid is 14 or has an older sibling. At a young age it can be illegal and considered neglect
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There’s another lockdown? Are you being bloody serious
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I agree, and I also think if schools did shut down, then I'm sure the more mature teenagers can be trusted at home
yes but what about people with young kids. Are they just not meant to work
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(Original post by starshine1155)
How is it a 'National Lockdown' if schools are remaining open?????????????????????????
got enough question marks?:grin:
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As long as A Levels are not cancelled I do not care
literally me cause im retaking 2 subjects
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yes but what about people with young kids. Are they just not meant to work
Or what about the non-mature teenagers, do they not deserve an education then
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There’s another lockdown? Are you being bloody serious
Kind of - schools, universities and supermarkets are staying open though.
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What will happen to church services and gyms then? What will the catering industry and hospitality sector do to survive?
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