European students enrolled with Zhejiang University in Hangzhou and other academic institutions in China are unable to enter the country for on-campus learning because of the zero-Covid restrictions. Photo: Facebook
European students enrolled with Zhejiang University in Hangzhou and other academic institutions in China are unable to enter the country for on-campus learning because of the zero-Covid restrictions. Photo: Facebook
Education

European students on the brink, locked out by China’s zero-Covid rules

  • Despite paying full tuition to universities in China, those affected cannot enter the country and are limited to online classes in the early hours
  • A psychiatrist says the time differences and uncertainties have been causing great psychological suffering for some time

European students enrolled with Zhejiang University in Hangzhou and other academic institutions in China are unable to enter the country for on-campus learning because of the zero-Covid restrictions. Photo: Facebook
European students enrolled with Zhejiang University in Hangzhou and other academic institutions in China are unable to enter the country for on-campus learning because of the zero-Covid restrictions. Photo: Facebook
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