In light of the worsening Covid-19 situation in Hong Kong, all schools in the city from kindergarten to secondary schools (including special schools and schools offering non-local curriculum) have been asked to suspend face-to-face classes and school activities from December 2 until the Christmas holidays. Photo: Mark Angeles In light of the worsening Covid-19 situation in Hong Kong, all schools in the city from kindergarten to secondary schools (including special schools and schools offering non-local curriculum) have been asked to suspend face-to-face classes and school activities from December 2 until the Christmas holidays. Photo: Mark Angeles
In light of the worsening Covid-19 situation in Hong Kong, all schools in the city from kindergarten to secondary schools (including special schools and schools offering non-local curriculum) have been asked to suspend face-to-face classes and school activities from December 2 until the Christmas holidays. Photo: Mark Angeles

Letters | Hong Kong fourth wave: why closing schools is unfair to both kids and teachers

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
In light of the worsening Covid-19 situation in Hong Kong, all schools in the city from kindergarten to secondary schools (including special schools and schools offering non-local curriculum) have been asked to suspend face-to-face classes and school activities from December 2 until the Christmas holidays. Photo: Mark Angeles In light of the worsening Covid-19 situation in Hong Kong, all schools in the city from kindergarten to secondary schools (including special schools and schools offering non-local curriculum) have been asked to suspend face-to-face classes and school activities from December 2 until the Christmas holidays. Photo: Mark Angeles
In light of the worsening Covid-19 situation in Hong Kong, all schools in the city from kindergarten to secondary schools (including special schools and schools offering non-local curriculum) have been asked to suspend face-to-face classes and school activities from December 2 until the Christmas holidays. Photo: Mark Angeles
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