They were talking about schools going back here. Kids up to a certain age won't have to social distance at all. Because they are not known as carriers of the virus. Then we reach another age group. They have to social distance in the classrooms. If a kid comes down sick / unwell they want a place for that kid to be able to go in the school. Maybe it is just me, but if you were a teacher and a kid came down sick, would you actually want to go near that kid? Or would it be a case of ' stay the heck away from me little Johnny '. Nothing was mentioned about protective gear for the teachers. Maybe they think it would frighten young kids? But if someone does come down ill, and they have zero safety gear for teachers, what do they expect that teacher to do? Following this they contact the parents of the child. Who are then meant to come up to the school and take their kid home. Why home? This just seems to be making a bad situation even worse. They did mention a new form of testing for young kids. Not the same sort of test an adult would get. It just all seemed so mixed up when listening to it. Instead of lowering the risk to others, what they were suggesting, to me, seemed to put others more at risk. Though on the plus side not many kids have had the virus. More just they have no idea what will happen when they return to a classroom setting. They are bringing in more teachers. Seems like they are running with the plan of half the class one day and the other half the following day. Maybe using other areas of the schools as well. Like teaching in the gym or the school library. Listening to it you would think they were making it up as they were going along. With no real idea what they were actually doing. New things been thrown in every few minutes. As if someone just had a new idea and whispered it to the person doing the talking.