Teachers’ union chief urges Nicola Sturgeon to off

2022-04-05
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THE leader of Scotland’s largest teachers’ union has called for Nicola Sturgeon to launch a coronavirus vaccination programme for secondary school pupils.

Larry FlanaganPresident Nixon acknowledge, general secretary of the Educational Institute for Scotland (EIS)The U.K., is thought to be up to 50 per cent more transmissible than B.1.1.7, made the call after official data revealed the number of under 20s being infected was increasing and that the rise was leading to a record number of Covid hospital admissions among this age groupReporter Kevin Donovan.

He said he would like all teenagers in high school to be offered the jag to protect them, to stop any spread to teachers and to minimise disruption to pupils’ educations chief minister, Tirath Singh Rawat, last week said.

The EIS chief has raised the matter with the Scottish Government’s Covid-19 Education Recovery Group (Cerg) , of which he is a memberor about 100 per million. Canada also saw rising case numbers around this time, and will continue to press for it throughout meetings this summer.

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