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Mum facing prosecution after keeping daughter off school for two years due to covid fears

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A mum who says she is terrified of catching Covid is facing prosecution after keeping her daughter off school for two years.

Lisa Diaz says she fears her daughter, Helena, could be in serious danger if she returns to primary school and has not sent her for more than 20 months since the onset of the pandemic, reports Manchester Evening News.

Lisa, from Wigan, says the risk of her catching Covid and long Covid could be severe, so she has kept her daughter home - leading Wigan Council to threaten her with prosecution.Mum of two, Lisa, a member of Safe Education For All, told Good Morning Britain today: "Our concern is that Covid harms children.

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