Hong Kong students will return to physical classes this month and the government wants staff, children and parents to undergo Covid-19 testing. Photo: Dickson Lee Hong Kong students will return to physical classes this month and the government wants staff, children and parents to undergo Covid-19 testing. Photo: Dickson Lee
Hong Kong students will return to physical classes this month and the government wants staff, children and parents to undergo Covid-19 testing. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong education minister urges pupils, parents, staff to get tested for Covid-19 amid contagion fears for the return to school

  • Kevin Yeung pleads with school community to take part in the voluntary, mass screening exercise to build confidence in the resumption of on-site learning
  • City pupils will be back on campus later this month, but no date set for when schools will operate full days

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Hong Kong students will return to physical classes this month and the government wants staff, children and parents to undergo Covid-19 testing. Photo: Dickson Lee Hong Kong students will return to physical classes this month and the government wants staff, children and parents to undergo Covid-19 testing. Photo: Dickson Lee
Hong Kong students will return to physical classes this month and the government wants staff, children and parents to undergo Covid-19 testing. Photo: Dickson Lee
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