This is just total nonsense. Absolutely uninformed waffle. Employers would only be liable for covid infections at work if they are found to be negligent with respect to their duty of care,
Here's a little something from my favorite law firm-
...Are there health and safety issues around mandating vaccination?
Under UK health and safety law, employers also have obligations to reduce health risks to employees and others to a level which is as low as reasonably practicable. The vaccine should be considered as part of Covid-19 risk assessments, as a potential additional measure to control the risks associated with contracting the virus at work.
I'm guessing you're not an employer, but the article is worth a read..
The duty of care does not translate to a requirement to transform into a jackbooted thug of the surveillance state.
There'll be an app for that. Jackboots optional, masks mandatory. Ensure you follow the correct hugging procedure, or permission to hug may be revoked..
There's no point. It - verifiably - would not make anyone any safer, and it would cost a shedload of money, so nobody is going to be doing it as a matter of routine.
Ah, well, you're right, and you're wrong-
What school leaders, teachers and school staff need to do during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak
...Rapid asymptomatic testing was introduced on site in secondary schools and colleges on 4 January. As pupils and students returned to secondary schools and colleges from 8 March all eligible staff, pupils and students were expected to test twice weekly.
Which is a bit confusing, ie if it's guidance, it probably should 'need' schools to do something. Also if the twice weekly expectation is ongoing, or was just for the back to school period. But as you say, it's fairly pointless anyway.