Hong Kong coronavirus fourth wave: up to a third of pupils allowed to resume face-to-face classes after holiday, Education Bureau says

//Hong Kong coronavirus fourth wave: up to a third of pupils allowed to resume face-to-face classes after holiday, Education Bureau says

Hong Kong coronavirus fourth wave: up to a third of pupils allowed to resume face-to-face classes after holiday, Education Bureau says

Up to a third of Hong Kong’s pupils will be allowed to resume face-to-face classes after the Lunar New Year holiday, but a full resumption will depend on whether schools are willing to get their staff tested regularly for Covid-19.Currently, just a sixth of a school’s student body can attend lessons in the classroom under restrictions aimed at preventing the spread of the virus. But with the daily caseload falling, the proportion could be increased to a third at all kindergartens, primary and…

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