Concerns raised over new contact tracing rules in schools

A Donegal teacher and General Secretary of the Irish National Teachers’ Organisation is warning health officials in relation to the new contact tracing rules which have been introduced for schools.

From yesterday primary school children will not have to restrict their movements if they come into contact with someone that has Covid-19 in school, provided they have no symptoms.

The INTO had requested that the move would be delayed until after the mid-term break,

Donegal native John Boyle is the General Secretary of the INTO he says he hopes the new system works, but has concerns