Hong Kong schoolchildren living in mainland China unlikely to return to class when face-to-face teaching resumes next week

//Hong Kong schoolchildren living in mainland China unlikely to return to class when face-to-face teaching resumes next week

Hong Kong schoolchildren living in mainland China unlikely to return to class when face-to-face teaching resumes next week

More than 2,000 senior secondary school students living in mainland China are expected to be among the first batch of pupils allowed to return to school in Hong Kong without needing to quarantine, the Education Bureau has revealed.But the government’s preliminary plan, which it released on Wednesday, gives no timescale for that to happen, meaning children are unlikely to be able to return alongside their local classmates on May 27.“As class resumption arrangements involve various areas…

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