Schools still getting to grips with Covid safety measures

A leading North West education official says some schools have still not put the necessary social distancing safety measures in place, according to the Teacher’s Union of Ireland.


Representative bodies are before the Covid-19 Response Committee to discuss how the reopening of schools is going.


They’re collectively calling for rapid testing to be made available for teachers and students to minimise any disruption.


General Secretary of the ASTI, Sligo native, Kieran Christie says there has been a number of teething problems: