Launch of UKHSA e-Bug resources to schools across England

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Jan 11 2022

Sent on behalf of Emma Pawson, OHID London to London DsPH

Dear All

We are writing to ask for your support in promoting the roll out of e-Bug teaching resources. These resources have been developed by the Primary Care and Interventions Unit within UKHSA to educate students aged 3-16 about infection prevention, control and treatment.

 These resources are being sent to all academies and maintained schools across England in the coming weeks and are accompanied by a letter of support from Jenny Harries. If you would like to review these resources in advance, you can find these here and will also be able to access these on our new website once this is launched later this month. A letter with further detail is attached.

 We would appreciate your support in cascading this information to your colleagues within local authorities to ensure they are aware of the imminent roll out of these resources and to promote their use in schools as critical resources for supporting infection prevention within the school environment.

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