Students enjoy their lunch at a school in in Tsing Yi in May 2016. The current half-day arrangement at most schools in Hong Kong is meant to reduce the chances of Covid-19 spreading. Photo: David Wong Students enjoy their lunch at a school in in Tsing Yi in May 2016. The current half-day arrangement at most schools in Hong Kong is meant to reduce the chances of Covid-19 spreading. Photo: David Wong
Students enjoy their lunch at a school in in Tsing Yi in May 2016. The current half-day arrangement at most schools in Hong Kong is meant to reduce the chances of Covid-19 spreading. Photo: David Wong

Letters | Coronavirus in Hong Kong: half-day classes at school hardly help protect students

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Students enjoy their lunch at a school in in Tsing Yi in May 2016. The current half-day arrangement at most schools in Hong Kong is meant to reduce the chances of Covid-19 spreading. Photo: David Wong Students enjoy their lunch at a school in in Tsing Yi in May 2016. The current half-day arrangement at most schools in Hong Kong is meant to reduce the chances of Covid-19 spreading. Photo: David Wong
Students enjoy their lunch at a school in in Tsing Yi in May 2016. The current half-day arrangement at most schools in Hong Kong is meant to reduce the chances of Covid-19 spreading. Photo: David Wong
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