Hong Kong principals want all pupils back in class and ‘stressful’ Covid-19 screening rule for staff scrapped, survey finds

//Hong Kong principals want all pupils back in class and ‘stressful’ Covid-19 screening rule for staff scrapped, survey finds

Hong Kong principals want all pupils back in class and ‘stressful’ Covid-19 screening rule for staff scrapped, survey finds

A majority of school heads in Hong Kong say they hope to bring all students back to campus for half-day classes without requiring staff undergo Covid-19 testing as employees were “stressed” over the rule, a survey has found. The Professional Teachers’ Union (PTU) released the poll on Friday as the Education Bureau announced that as many as two-thirds of a school’s student body could resume face-to-face classes after the Easter holiday in April. Kindergartens, primary schools and secondary ones…

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