New guidance sets out which children can be removed from shielding list

Most of the children on the shielding list who are managed in primary care can be removed from the list and GPs will be expected to do this following discussions with patients, according to new guidance.

by Emma Bower
Most children with asthma will not need to shield, the guidance says (Photo: Peter Dazeley/Getty Images)
Most children with asthma will not need to shield, the guidance says (Photo: Peter Dazeley/Getty Images)

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