NSW school principal says it is not a teacher's job to enforce student COVID tests

Principals say they will not be checking if students are taking the rapid antigen tests (RATs) that schools are scrambling to distribute ahead of the start of term 1 next week.



The principal of Port Macquarie's St Columba Anglican School, Terry Muldoon, said his school would not be enforcing the state government's recommendation (emphasis added) for students to be tested twice a week.


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https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-01-25/principals-cant-police-rat-testing-requirements/