A child wearing a face mask sits on the back seat of a bicycle on Cheung Chau island on April 12, over the Easter weekend. There’s no word on when Hong Kong’s primary school pupils might return to class. Photo: Reuters A child wearing a face mask sits on the back seat of a bicycle on Cheung Chau island on April 12, over the Easter weekend. There’s no word on when Hong Kong’s primary school pupils might return to class. Photo: Reuters
A child wearing a face mask sits on the back seat of a bicycle on Cheung Chau island on April 12, over the Easter weekend. There’s no word on when Hong Kong’s primary school pupils might return to class. Photo: Reuters

Letters | As coronavirus outbreak eases and Hong Kong teens prepare to go back to class, what about primary school kids?

  • If the Covid-19 outbreak is deemed sufficiently under control for schools to reopen, plans should be made for children of all ages to return to class

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A child wearing a face mask sits on the back seat of a bicycle on Cheung Chau island on April 12, over the Easter weekend. There’s no word on when Hong Kong’s primary school pupils might return to class. Photo: Reuters A child wearing a face mask sits on the back seat of a bicycle on Cheung Chau island on April 12, over the Easter weekend. There’s no word on when Hong Kong’s primary school pupils might return to class. Photo: Reuters
A child wearing a face mask sits on the back seat of a bicycle on Cheung Chau island on April 12, over the Easter weekend. There’s no word on when Hong Kong’s primary school pupils might return to class. Photo: Reuters
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