The kids are not alright with being blamed for latest surge in Covid cases

The sense of excitement was palpable among my three children when I told them that trick-or-treating was back on the menu for Halloween this year.

Does this mean that the coronavirus is over?” they asked. Sadly not, I told them. But it does mean that we can start doing some of the ‘fun things’ again.

That’s why my heart sank when I saw Dr Ronan Glynn’s comments about parents needing to cut down on their children’s activities outside school amid a surge in infections in five to 12-year-olds.

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Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

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