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Lincolnshire teaching union calls for schools to close until new year as teachers 'struggle with workload and anxiety' but health bosses disagree

A Lincolnshire teaching union says schools should close until the new year to curb the coronavirus pandemic, but health bosses disagree.

Chris Thompson, president of the Lincolnshire branch of the National Education Union, said teachers were starting to get overwhelmed by the pressure. The county currently has more than 90 schools affected by coronavirus with at least seven temporarily closed.

It comes as an increase in home schooling was reported.

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