First minister Mark Drakeford says country can start making ‘modest’ changes to lockdown
All primary schoolchildren in Wales will return to face-to-face teaching from 15 March if the coronavirus situation in the country continues to improve, the first minister has said.
Mark Drakeford announced on Friday that there was “headroom” to begin a phased and flexible reopening, starting with modest changes to the country’s lockdown. The overarching “stay at home” message will be extended for at least another three weeks to allow for a safe return to school for the youngest pupils from Monday, he said.
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