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The local schools have noted that there are a number of stomach bugs and nasty viruses around at the moment. Head teachers wish to remind parents that in, line with Bucks County Council Health Regulations, parents should ensure that children with sickness or diarrhoea do not return to school for 48 hours.

To clarify, there must be a clear 48 hours from the last time the child is sick or has diarrhoea. Thank you for your cooperation.

Although we can't stop childhood bugs and illnesses, adhering to this policy does allow schools to attempt to control the spread.

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