Your questions answered: Back to school in a Covid-19 world
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Tens of thousands of pupils are heading back to school across the East of England for the first time in months but things are very different with one-way systems, screens keeping pupils apart, bubbles and staggered start times.
Our live broadcast on Wednesday answered many of your questions and concerns about the return to school
On the panel - Conservative MP for Harlow and chair of the government's education committee Robert Halfon, consultant virologist Dr Chris Smith and Sarah Shirras, chair of Educate Norfolk.
Your host was BBC East political correspondent Andrew Sinclair.
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