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Covid-19: Pupils, Teachers In Uk Urged To Walk, Cycle To School

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To avoid the second wave of Covid-19 in London, Teachers and pupils in London were today urged to walk or cycle to school.

To achieve the new development, a “direct” plea was issued to youngsters; by schools Minister Nick Gibb, urging parents and staff to plan school journeys without using public transport as the Government made it a national priority to get all pupils back into the classroom in September.

Given the widespread use of public transport, the return to school, and to work for many more adults; is challenging in London.

Speaking to the Evening Standard, Mr Gibb said: “In London, although Tubes, trains and buses have almost returned to full service with social distancing still in place, we need many people who would normally take public transport to consider an alternative.

“I am now making a direct appeal to every school staff member and student who lives or works in London: plan now how you will get to school or college, and if it is possible for you to walk or cycle rather than get the bus a few stops, please do.’’

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