Obviously trying not to say anything which could identify the person, so am skimping on details An ex-colleague works for a group running skills workshops for adults. Since the lockdown, they have been teaching online. Now they've been told they have to go in, even though many of the students are highly likely to break distancing rules. When one teacher said to the (non teaching) manager that she was concerned about students eg spitting on her (they can be challenging), the manager said they could cancel the course if something like that happened. But this could be too late...Corona doesn't give you a one lesson chance, and say I'll only kill you the second time a student endangers you! This is in an area with a very high Corona rate-and in fact the local council has banned schools reopening due to safety issues, even for small numbers. They are only open for keyworkers' children/vulnerable. The local NHS has been warning to stay at home if possible because of the high rate in this area, on FB posts. She is not in a union so please don't say that (I am, and thought it!). Anything I've read on the union page is more geared towards schools.