Your views on Lennox news
Last week we brought you the news that education staff in West Dunbartonshire had highlighted their concerns over a lack of lifesaving PPE.
Government advice says that staff working in nurseries and with children who have additional support needs do not need PPE and should just practice social distancing - however that is impossible for workers needing to carry out personal care.
And on our Facebook page readers were quick to express their concerns.
Elaine Mcintyre said: “A lot of children who have additional needs are also at high risk of coronavirus.
“How can this be a safe environment for these children nevermind the staff caring for them?”
Whilst Anne Wilson said: “How many ilnesses/viruses have went round a school like wildfire?
“There is a lack of hand washing and general cleanliness who is going to pay for deep clean of classrooms?
“Some classes have 35 kids in them how can teachers deal with this it’s a nightmare for all involved.
“I feel so sorry for primary 7s not getting their leaving disco or saying goodbye to friends heartbreaking all round.”
And Kirsty Louise added: “For our children’s mental health social distancing at school is impossible.
“Untill all the world leaders will sit in a room full of people my kids won’t be back at school.”
Elsewhere we told how Dumbarton firm Turkey Red Media were filimg funerals to help grieving families locked out due to current restrictions on numbers.
This was despite Turkey Red director Craig Jump admitting he didn’t feel totally comfortable with it.
Tina Richardson commented: “This will benefit families unbelievably during a heartbreaking time.
“When my grandad passed away a lot of my relatives were in Canada and were unable to attend.
“They were gutted. As a family, we decided to film the service and it gave my distant relatives unbelievable comfort.
“It may seem like an odd thing to do, but under the circumstances, it will help families while they are grieving and make them feel a part of it.”