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The return to classrooms could be short-lived if not enough pupils wear face masks, unions have warned parents, the Daily Telegraph reports. Government guidance says masks should be worn in the classroom and anywhere indoors where it is not possible for secondary students to maintain a two-metre distance, the paper adds. A letter has been issued to secondary school heads to send to parents who raise objections about children wearing masks, the Association of School and College Leaders told the paper.