Hong Kong education officials planning to transport cross-border students directly from checkpoints once classes resume

//Hong Kong education officials planning to transport cross-border students directly from checkpoints once classes resume

Hong Kong education officials planning to transport cross-border students directly from checkpoints once classes resume

Hong Kong education officials are planning to transport up to 27,000 cross-border students directly from various checkpoints to their schools, and make coronavirus tests mandatory when classes resume in phases by the end of this month.The ideas were discussed at a meeting between the Education Bureau and heads of various schools on Tuesday as part of preparations for the resumption of face-to-face classes from May 27, after a four-month suspension.Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung Yun-hung…

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