Young students back in class in Shau Kei Wan on June 15, during a phased reopening of schools after they remained mostly shut since the Lunar New Year because of a Covid-19 outbreak. The third wave has brought an indefinite ban on face-to-face teaching. Photo: Nora Tam Young students back in class in Shau Kei Wan on June 15, during a phased reopening of schools after they remained mostly shut since the Lunar New Year because of a Covid-19 outbreak. The third wave has brought an indefinite ban on face-to-face teaching. Photo: Nora Tam
Young students back in class in Shau Kei Wan on June 15, during a phased reopening of schools after they remained mostly shut since the Lunar New Year because of a Covid-19 outbreak. The third wave has brought an indefinite ban on face-to-face teaching. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | Open Hong Kong schools, for the children’s sake

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Young students back in class in Shau Kei Wan on June 15, during a phased reopening of schools after they remained mostly shut since the Lunar New Year because of a Covid-19 outbreak. The third wave has brought an indefinite ban on face-to-face teaching. Photo: Nora Tam Young students back in class in Shau Kei Wan on June 15, during a phased reopening of schools after they remained mostly shut since the Lunar New Year because of a Covid-19 outbreak. The third wave has brought an indefinite ban on face-to-face teaching. Photo: Nora Tam
Young students back in class in Shau Kei Wan on June 15, during a phased reopening of schools after they remained mostly shut since the Lunar New Year because of a Covid-19 outbreak. The third wave has brought an indefinite ban on face-to-face teaching. Photo: Nora Tam
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