The UK government has defended the decision to return hundreds of thousands of students to university for a new term in England, despite the widespread occurrence of coronaviruses on campus. Students from Glasgow and other parts of Scotland have also been affected. Thousands of students have had to be confined to their classrooms, but Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden has said it is important that the virus not be sacrificed for their studies. A professor of infectious diseases, who advises the government and has been studying the pandemic, said the campus outbreaks have been exemplary and “completely predictable.” Clive Myrie presents BBC News at Ten reports by Dan Johnson in Manchester and political reporter Chris Mason. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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