Coronavirus: Hong Kong education authorities consider easing school in-class rules to allow up to two-thirds of student body to return to campus

//Coronavirus: Hong Kong education authorities consider easing school in-class rules to allow up to two-thirds of student body to return to campus

Coronavirus: Hong Kong education authorities consider easing school in-class rules to allow up to two-thirds of student body to return to campus

Hong Kong education officials may further relax rules on in-person lessons and allow up to two-thirds of a school’s student body to return to campus after the Easter holiday in April, the Post has learned.Two sources said the Education Bureau was considering the relaxation – from the current one-third rule – for kindergartens and schools and a final decision would be made soon.Hongkongers to get second BioNTech shot ‘on conclusion of defects probe’The revelation came as Hong Kong’s two biggest…

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