A young Hong Kong student makes his way to school in the early morning in Wan Chai on November 30, 2020. All face-to-face classes were suspended from December 2 due to a worsening fourth wave of Covid-19 in the city. Photo: Nora Tam A young Hong Kong student makes his way to school in the early morning in Wan Chai on November 30, 2020. All face-to-face classes were suspended from December 2 due to a worsening fourth wave of Covid-19 in the city. Photo: Nora Tam
A young Hong Kong student makes his way to school in the early morning in Wan Chai on November 30, 2020. All face-to-face classes were suspended from December 2 due to a worsening fourth wave of Covid-19 in the city. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | Fully reopen Hong Kong schools: the evidence supports it

  • The Education Bureau’s new policy of testing all teachers and staff for Covid-19 every two weeks to let all students return to school is not realistic
  • If the purpose is to ensure no one on campus has Covid-19, schools are in an impossible position, as all students, parents and helpers must then do the same

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
A young Hong Kong student makes his way to school in the early morning in Wan Chai on November 30, 2020. All face-to-face classes were suspended from December 2 due to a worsening fourth wave of Covid-19 in the city. Photo: Nora Tam A young Hong Kong student makes his way to school in the early morning in Wan Chai on November 30, 2020. All face-to-face classes were suspended from December 2 due to a worsening fourth wave of Covid-19 in the city. Photo: Nora Tam
A young Hong Kong student makes his way to school in the early morning in Wan Chai on November 30, 2020. All face-to-face classes were suspended from December 2 due to a worsening fourth wave of Covid-19 in the city. Photo: Nora Tam
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