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LINCOLN SCHOOL HEAD DEFENDS HANDLING OF MENINGITIS OUTBREAK

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The head of a Lincoln school at the centre of a meningitis outbreak has acknowledged that many parents may be reluc...
The head of a Lincoln school at the centre of a meningitis outbreak has acknowledged that many parents may be reluctant to take her advice on the reopening of the school on Monday, reports The Times (p7).

Two pupils have died at City School and a third is critically ill. Headteacher Barbara Peck said:

'The school is as safe an environment as it can possibly be because of the action that's been taken.

'It's important that people realise that this is not something that's lurking in the school building. There is no reason why the school should not resume as normal.'
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