Too hard to set school reopening date yet, says English medical official



© Reuters. Susan Hopkins, Healthcare Epidemiologist Consultant, holds news conference in London

LONDON (Reuters) – It is too hard to set a date yet for when schools can reopen after shutting to most students earlier this month as part of lockdown measures, a senior medical official in England said on Monday.

“We’ve always said schools should be the last to close and first to open but I think giving a more defined date than that is very difficult until we see what happens over the next few weeks,” said Susan Hopkins, senior medical adviser at Public Health England.

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