Students in Devon are being told they must wear face coverings when travelling on school transport
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If a child doesn’t develop the skills needed to interact with others, it can put them at greater risk of depression and affect their education, employability, social mobility and happiness
Steve Brown, Deputy Director for Public Health Devon described today the coronavirus situation in Devon, and in Exeter in particular.
Chairman of the Local Outbreak Engagement Board, Council Leader John Hart, urges people to not be complacent and to make renewed effort to follow national guidance.
Exeter has seen a recent sharp spike in cases, most of which are in the University student population. The outbreak is currently contained, and so Exeter is not in the territory for broad lockdown within the city at this time.
The launch of the “Saving Devon’s Treescapes” project, which forms part of Devon’s efforts to address the loss of trees from ash dieback, has been marked with the planting of its first trees