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Morning Motivation and Personal Development from #MikeArmstrong on the Mike Armstrong Podcast

Listen to the most recent episode of my podcast: #MorningMotivation Keep on Keeping on & Work The System 💪 Morning Motivation & Personal Development🎙 https://anchor.fm/mike-armstrong9/episodes/MorningMotivation-Keep-on-Keeping-on–Work-The-System–Morning-Motivation–Personal-Development-eg9s71 #MorningMotivation Keep on Keeping on & Work The System 💪 Morning Motivation & Personal Development🎙😎🙌🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇬🇧🌍 – Another Morning Motivation Episode #MorningMotivation where Mike Armstrong shares you motivation, inspiration & personal development to help inspire people in the morning and this morning’s episode includes the 4th of July Independance day for the USA & Now England, UK 🇺🇸 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 🇬🇧 🎙 #MikeArmstrong #YouCanDoIt #PositivityPodcast #Motivation #MotivationalPodcast #Entrepreneurship #PersonalDevelopmentPodcast #SalesPodcast #MarketingPodcast 😎 #Sales #Marketing #PersonalDevelopment #WOLFofWALES #WOW
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Senedd roundup: Minister reveals virus testing plans as schools reopen – Nation.Cymru

Health Minister Vaughan Gething has revealed the government is undertaking a programme of antibody testing of school staff who have been working in hub schools during the coronavirus pandemic. The government has also made plans for the rapid deployment of antigen testing if there are any outbreaks of Covid-19 in schools or if schools have failed to follow the government guidelines for infection prevention measures. Schools in Wales have been closed to most pupils since the start of the coronavirus outbreak in March but are due to reopen on Monday. Around 6,000 pupils, the children of key workers and those
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Latest News from BBC…

  £1bn school catch-up fund announced     The prime minister has pledged £1bn to help school children in Englandaffected by the coronavirus lockdown. Schools have been closed to nearly all pupils since before the Easter break – and it is thought unlikely that most will return until after the summer holidays. Boris Johnson says the funding will mean the most disadvantaged pupils can get access to tutors through a £350m scheme, while primary and secondary schools have been allocated £650m to pay for one-to-one or group tuition. Head teachers say the funds are welcome but have asked for more details.
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