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Coronavirus News

If you have a covid case in your household please follow the flowchart issued by Central Bedfordshire council:

Recently the Government announced that you can end your isolation period with 2 negative lateral flow tests, on day 6 and day 7. Here is a flow chart that explains how this works in practice. From 17.1.22, you can take your lateral flow tests on day 5 and 6, put the same principle applies to the floe chart.

School Guidelines:

Please test (PCR) symptomatic members of your household as soon as possible.   Please share these results with the school and if negative your child can be admitted into school the next day. 

If your child has Covid symptoms and you can’t obtain a test your child must remain in self isolation for 10 days from the onset of the symptoms. 

General Government advise on testing can be found here

Details of the Covid-19 App can be found here

There is now a new legal duty to self-isolate, you can find out details here

Government guidance for Parents can be found here, and translated copies can be found here

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