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Liaison: PM seems confused over Covid testing in schools

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Liaison: PM seems confused over Covid testing in schools

Liaison: PM seems confused over Covid testing in schools

Prime Minister Boris Johnson seemed confused about how schools should handle symptomatic pupils and isolation when grilled on procedures before the Liaison Committee today.

Report by Blairm.

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