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Creches Calling On Government Support For Safety Policies Around Travel

Many creche providers are asking for a negative PCR test from children who have returned from a f...

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07.49 27 Jul 2021


Creches Calling On Government Support For Safety Policies Around Travel


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07.49 27 Jul 2021


Many creche providers are asking for a negative PCR test from children who have returned from a foreign holiday, or for the child to not attend for up to 14 days. The current government advice is that children traveling with a vaccinated adult, or an adult who has recovered from Covid, do not need to isolate. 

 Elaine Dunne of the Federation of Early Childhood Providers who is calling for Government support for safety policies around travel spoke to Newstalk Breakfast.

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