Q&A: Is it safe for teachers to go back to school, can children under five get tested - and how do I tell my flatmate to stop travelling?

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Q&A: Is it safe for teachers to go back to school, can children under five get tested - and how do I tell my flatmate to stop travelling?

Tuesday, 26 May

In this episode of our podcast, we bring you this week's audio version of ITV News' weekly programme, Coronavirus: Q&A, which airs every Monday night. The programme puts your questions to key public figures involved in making the big decisions affecting our lives at the moment, plus our resident health and consumer affairs experts.

ITV News Presenter Nina Hossain puts viewers' health and consumer questions to Dr Sarah Jarvis and ITV News Consumer Editor Chris Choi.

Among the questions this week: Can children under five get tested? What should teachers and students do to stay safe once schools return? And how can I tell my flatmate to stop travelling?

Plus we hear from a viewer with two jobs who wants to know if they will be able to do both when businesses open up.

You can watch Coronavirus: Q&A live on ITV every Monday at 8pm and we'll bring you an audio version of each edition on this podcast feed. If you have a health or consumer question you would like our experts to answer on the programme, email coronavirus@itv.com.
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