Children leave after class from a primary school in Tsz Wan Shan on November 20. Kindergartens and primary schools in Hong Kong had only a fraction of their usual number of class days in 2020, after a series of closures that are now set to last until after the 2021 Lunar New Year holiday. Photo: Edmond So Children leave after class from a primary school in Tsz Wan Shan on November 20. Kindergartens and primary schools in Hong Kong had only a fraction of their usual number of class days in 2020, after a series of closures that are now set to last until after the 2021 Lunar New Year holiday. Photo: Edmond So
Children leave after class from a primary school in Tsz Wan Shan on November 20. Kindergartens and primary schools in Hong Kong had only a fraction of their usual number of class days in 2020, after a series of closures that are now set to last until after the 2021 Lunar New Year holiday. Photo: Edmond So

Letters | Hong Kong fourth wave Covid: shutting schools can’t be the answer every time

  • Schools and young students are paying the price for the Hong Kong government’s lack of direction and piecemeal approach

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
Children leave after class from a primary school in Tsz Wan Shan on November 20. Kindergartens and primary schools in Hong Kong had only a fraction of their usual number of class days in 2020, after a series of closures that are now set to last until after the 2021 Lunar New Year holiday. Photo: Edmond So Children leave after class from a primary school in Tsz Wan Shan on November 20. Kindergartens and primary schools in Hong Kong had only a fraction of their usual number of class days in 2020, after a series of closures that are now set to last until after the 2021 Lunar New Year holiday. Photo: Edmond So
Children leave after class from a primary school in Tsz Wan Shan on November 20. Kindergartens and primary schools in Hong Kong had only a fraction of their usual number of class days in 2020, after a series of closures that are now set to last until after the 2021 Lunar New Year holiday. Photo: Edmond So
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