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  •   Home > News > Education

    The Government's released health advice to help parents and schools, decide if a child is well enough to go to school

    The Government's released health advice to help parents and schools, decide if a child is well enough to go to school


    Its been focusing on attendance.

    It covers advice for when a child with symptoms can still go to school - such as hayfever, non-infectious skin problems and mild respiratory symptoms.

    There's also advice for when kids can return, symptoms of concern, and how schools can prevent staff and students getting sick.

    Associate Education Minister David Seymour says Covid impacted attendance culture and what's considered acceptable -- and it's time to take a more rational approach.

    © 2024 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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