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Russell Viner, president of @RCPCHtweets  says everything must be done to open schools first. While schools contributed to spread of the virus, they were not a "significant driver", adding schools were closed for the "benefit of the population" but at great expense to children.

"The evidence for masks is very unclear." As pressure grows for the use of masks in schools in England, SAGE member russell viner'>Prof Russell Viner says children “could potentially spread the virus more” if they wear masks. WATCH MORE 👉 #Newsnight 

“There’s very little evidence for the use of masks in schools." SAGE member russell viner'>Professor Russell Viner says children “could potentially spread the virus more” if they wear masks #Newsnight 

“There’s very little evidence for the use of masks in schools." - SAGE member and leading paediatrician russell viner'>Professor Russell Viner The government is under pressure to give schools in England more flexibility over allowing face masks. #Newsnight 

“The studies are coming out daily… which are generally reassuring that tell us children play a very limited role, and schools do as well, in transmission.” SAGE member russell viner'>Prof Russell Viner says there’s little evidence children and young people transmit viruses #Newsnight 

TONIGHT: What's the safety plan for students and staff as schools re-open across the UK? We're joined by SAGE member russell viner'>Prof Russell Viner, CEO of Mumsnet, Justine Roberts and Conservative MP and member of the Education Select Committee, David Simmonds. #Newsnight 

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A new study that has been done in UK schools appears to show little evidence that #COVID19  is transmitted in schools. Professor Russell Viner and Headteacher Roger Farley join #KayBurley  at Breakfast at 8.05am. 📺 Channel 501 📱 Watch live:

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Russell Viner, president of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and a government scientific adviser, told Times Radio that studies suggested children were “minor players” in spreading the disease and endorsed moves to open schools next month

"How much do children get COVID-19; how badly does it affect them; and do they spread it to others?" said Russell Viner@RCPCHPresident ), president of Britain's @RCPCHtweets . "We only have good data about the second." What do you think about this?

Prof Russell Viner of the Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health says: "This syndrome is much, much more rare than car accidents involving children." "It should not stop parents sending their children back to school when schools are ready to re-open".

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Prof Russell Viner Pres of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, says the findings are "concerning". "Children who are more active have better health and wellbeing and generally do better in school," @WeAHPs ⁩ @WeCYPnurses ⁩

A report says there isn't enough evidence to suggest screen time is bad for kids. russell viner'>Professor Russell Viner believes it's not just direct screen time that negatively impacts kids, but the inadvertent consequences of using technology.

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