We live in a split country where some teenagers and children get sicker of social isolation and school lockdown than the coronavirus.
This makes doctors and psychologists ask questions about if schools’ opening would be better in the long run than the long-term harm of isolating children and teenagers away from school and friends.
According to Jenny Harris, England’s deputy chief medical officer, schools are not the worst in spreading the virus.
Furthermore, it seems like teachers have the same risk of getting infected by coronavirus as other people.
For example, in December, 15 percent of all teachers in England had tested positive for antibodies, which means that they have an ordinary risk for their age.