In a not-so-exclusive report on Jamie Greene doing a Richard Leonard we hear:
There’s only several things daft with this.
One, the prevalence of cases IN schools is incredibly small, IN one or two of 5 000 schools and learning centres and mostly BETWEEN teachers not IN the weans.
Two, research out yesterday suggests the risk of infection from weans is incredibly small, 0.3% of the 17 500 tested.
Three, as McArdle points out down the page, where 99% have stopped reading, local health protection teams are already on this.
Four, McArdle, Greene? Go away, we’re busy. Read your library books or something.