'Life without Covid rules is much worse than we thought'
Covid vaccines and treatments have made a huge difference in the UK's fight against the virus - and in February all remaining restrictions on people's daily lives were lifted.
But the government says it recognises the concerns of the "small group" of people whose children remain at a higher risk from the disease.
Isabel Pearson, 11, from Exeter, has a condition called Trisomy 18. She is considered clinically extremely vulnerable.
Her mum, Alison, says life with no restrictions has been "much worse than I thought it was going to be".
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