You want to compare us to Denmark and say we should be opening schools? Then let's really compare! Denmark was the second European country to go into lockdown on March 11th. Before it even had one death. When did the UK go into lockdown after a disasterous attempt at "Herd Immunity? March 23rd with already 336 fatalities. Where do the stats stand today? Denmark: 527 covid fatalities. UK: 32,692 You need to really consider this before you push for opening our schools because other countries have already opened up. Think about how these countries have handed the pandemic and the track and trace operations they have up and running. Yes, the economy is and will be a mess. And yes, we would have been in a much better position as a nation if we had done the right thing and Locked down way sooner! The trashed economy is due to terrible leadership choices. It is not the fault of the people of this nation. No one should be made to feel guilty over worrying about their personal safety and feel pressure return to work in any job when our numbers as still as high as they are. How about some more comparisions. Why not compare the government's actions against the choices being made by the devolved nations of the UK who have all agreed - with less covid fatalities - that it is definitely too soon to even think about re-opening schools. And finally, how about comparing our numbers with Italy : 30,911 and Spain: 26,920 . Two of the other hardest hit nations in Europe - who we are now passing in dealths. Both these countries have taken the decision Not to open schools till autumn.