A kindergarten student in Kowloon Tong on January 18, 2019. Hong Kong’s schools, kindergartens and play schools are closed until Easter to help health authorities contain the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Sam TsangA kindergarten student in Kowloon Tong on January 18, 2019. Hong Kong’s schools, kindergartens and play schools are closed until Easter to help health authorities contain the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Sam Tsang
A kindergarten student in Kowloon Tong on January 18, 2019. Hong Kong’s schools, kindergartens and play schools are closed until Easter to help health authorities contain the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Sam Tsang

Coronavirus: Hong Kong’s international schools face financial uncertainty as nervous parents mull pulling children

  • Effect of withdrawals may not be felt until July or August, consultant says
  • Financial losses to international schools would not really be known until 2021

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A kindergarten student in Kowloon Tong on January 18, 2019. Hong Kong’s schools, kindergartens and play schools are closed until Easter to help health authorities contain the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Sam TsangA kindergarten student in Kowloon Tong on January 18, 2019. Hong Kong’s schools, kindergartens and play schools are closed until Easter to help health authorities contain the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Sam Tsang
A kindergarten student in Kowloon Tong on January 18, 2019. Hong Kong’s schools, kindergartens and play schools are closed until Easter to help health authorities contain the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Sam Tsang
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