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Coronavirus warning: primary schools in England may not be able to re-open in June - BBC News

Head teachers have warned that they may not be able to re-open primary schools in England at the start of June, as set out in the Prime Minister’s plan.

Schools are expected to limit class sizes to 15 children and stagger breaks. But the general rule on social distancing by two-metres would be very hard to achieve

While parents worry about their children’s education, thousands of people are embarking on the long journey to recovery after becoming critically ill with coronavirus. It’s a prolonged process, both physically and mentally.

Huw Edwards presents News at Ten reporting from Elaine Dunkley at a school in Bootle, and Medical Correspondent Fergus Walsh from University College Hospital in London.

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