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 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
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 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
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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