Latest News Covid infections ‘rose exponentially among five to 17-year-olds in September’ – Independent 6 days ago Covid infections ‘rose exponentially among five to 17-year-olds in September’ | The Independent Dr Jenny Harries said the data showed the ‘pandemic is not over’ David Lawrence See author's posts Continue Reading Previous Education Secretary’s new guidance means schools must support clinically vulnerable families – Good Law ProjectNext School attendance and clinically vulnerable families – a guide for parents and schools – Good Law Project Related info Latest News Secondary school pupils should take at home Covid tests twice a week – here’s why. – Gov.uk 7 hours ago Latest News Vaccination Give young teenagers second Covid jab to curb infections surge, Neil Ferguson tells ministers – Independent 10 hours ago Latest News Vaccination Covid vaccine centres will be opened up to teenagers at half term, NHS announces 10 hours ago 1 thought on “Covid infections ‘rose exponentially among five to 17-year-olds in September’ – Independent” Due to time delays this report is already outdated. Data streams clearly show now that there is an uptick in new positives in the 30-60 age group. Effectively this is due to one reason – these are parents and younger grandparents who are being infected as a direct result of the increasing cases in schools. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.