Coronavirus in schools: everything you need to know

The coronavirus is dominating news headlines around the world. In China alone more than 2,600 people have died, more than 30 countries have reported cases and cities in northern Italy are now in lockdown, as the crisis hit Europe this week.

As a result, Britain is finalising contingency plans. As well as warning Britons against travelling to certain places, ministers have also announced plans to test 600 people per week.

But should the education sector be preparing and adapting? What has happened already in UK schools and around the world? This blog post explains all you need to know about the coronavirus in schools.

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