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English schools face tighter mask rules in government plan to reassure parents

Pupils will have to wear masks outside classroom bubbles amid plans for mass use of lateral flow tests

Rules governing the wearing of masks in schools will be tightened when pupils return to classrooms in England, as the government plans a PR campaign to build up parents’ confidence in school safety ahead of reopening next month.

Amid speculation about when and how schools would reopen to all pupils, it emerged that masks will be compulsory outside classroom bubbles in secondary schools where social distancing is not possible. Previously it has been left to the discretion of head teachers.

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