Pubs or "other activities" in England may need to close to allow schools to reopen next month, a scientist advising the government has said.
Prof Graham Medley told the BBC there may need to be a "trade-off", with the re-opening of schools seen as a "priority" for children's wellbeing.
It came after England's chief medical officer said the country was "near the limit" of opening up society.
Measures due to come in this weekend, including the reopening of casinos, bowling alleys, skating rinks and some ...
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