Students at a primary school in Cheung Sha Wan on September 29, when nearly 900,000 pupils across Hong Kong schools and kindergartens returned to class for the first time in more than six months after coronavirus-induced closures. Photo: Winson Wong Students at a primary school in Cheung Sha Wan on September 29, when nearly 900,000 pupils across Hong Kong schools and kindergartens returned to class for the first time in more than six months after coronavirus-induced closures. Photo: Winson Wong
Students at a primary school in Cheung Sha Wan on September 29, when nearly 900,000 pupils across Hong Kong schools and kindergartens returned to class for the first time in more than six months after coronavirus-induced closures. Photo: Winson Wong

Letters | Coronavirus: stop failing Hong Kong children by closing schools as first option

  • The Hong Kong government’s handling of the pandemic has shown its cowardice and incompetence, as children have lost valuable time in school while other policies that could better control the spread of Covid-19 were ignored or not enforced

Topic |   Hong Kong schools
Students at a primary school in Cheung Sha Wan on September 29, when nearly 900,000 pupils across Hong Kong schools and kindergartens returned to class for the first time in more than six months after coronavirus-induced closures. Photo: Winson Wong Students at a primary school in Cheung Sha Wan on September 29, when nearly 900,000 pupils across Hong Kong schools and kindergartens returned to class for the first time in more than six months after coronavirus-induced closures. Photo: Winson Wong
Students at a primary school in Cheung Sha Wan on September 29, when nearly 900,000 pupils across Hong Kong schools and kindergartens returned to class for the first time in more than six months after coronavirus-induced closures. Photo: Winson Wong
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