Yin Xiao-qing, pictured with her 11-year-old son Li Xiang-fei and his younger brother, worries about her children’s education should schools resume with border restrictions still in place. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Yin Xiao-qing, pictured with her 11-year-old son Li Xiang-fei and his younger brother, worries about her children’s education should schools resume with border restrictions still in place. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

Coronavirus: parents fear quarantine rules will discriminate against cross-border pupils when Hong Kong schools reopen

  • Anxiety over whether mainland-based Hong Kong schoolchildren will be forced to return to class later than locals
  • City schools and kindergartens are closed until at least March 16 to fight spread of Covid-19

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Yin Xiao-qing, pictured with her 11-year-old son Li Xiang-fei and his younger brother, worries about her children’s education should schools resume with border restrictions still in place. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Yin Xiao-qing, pictured with her 11-year-old son Li Xiang-fei and his younger brother, worries about her children’s education should schools resume with border restrictions still in place. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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