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updated on 12 January 2022
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Download our flowcharts outlining what to do if a pupil or staff member develops coronavirus symptoms, or gets a positive lateral flow test result at home or in school.

Download our visual guide

Staff or pupils showing symptoms 

Adapt our flowchart where highlighted to suit your school's context and procedures.

Once adapted, share it with all of your staff to use as a reference in situations where staff or pupils show symptoms of COVID-19 at home or in school.

KeyDoc: responding to a suspected symptomatic COVID-19 case (from 11 Jan 2022)

Staff or secondary aged pupils receiving positive lateral flow test results but showing no symptoms 

Adapt our flowchart where highlighted to suit your school's context and procedures.

Once adapted, share it with all of your staff to use as a reference in situations where staff or secondary aged pupils test positive on a lateral flow test but don't show any symptoms.   

KeyDoc: responding to a suspected asymptomatic COVID-19 case (from 11 Jan 2022)

What's the difference between the 2 types of test? 

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