Coronavirus: DfE asks social workers to visit vulnerable children with symptoms

Neil Puffett
Monday, March 23, 2020

Social workers have been asked to continue visits to vulnerable children who are in self-isolation because either they or one of their family are showing symptoms of coronavirus.

Social workers should visit children deemed most vulnerable, guidance states. Picture: Adobe Stock
Social workers should visit children deemed most vulnerable, guidance states. Picture: Adobe Stock

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