Face-to-face classes in kindergartens and schools were suspended on December 2 due to the fourth wave of the coronavirus. Photo: Winson Wong Face-to-face classes in kindergartens and schools were suspended on December 2 due to the fourth wave of the coronavirus. Photo: Winson Wong
Face-to-face classes in kindergartens and schools were suspended on December 2 due to the fourth wave of the coronavirus. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong weighs allowing up to a third of a school’s pupils to return to face-to-face classes

  • Currently, no more than a sixth of the student capacity allowed to return on a half-day basis to attend lessons or take tests
  • Officials also said to be mulling regular coronavirus testing for teachers – possibly every two weeks

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Face-to-face classes in kindergartens and schools were suspended on December 2 due to the fourth wave of the coronavirus. Photo: Winson Wong Face-to-face classes in kindergartens and schools were suspended on December 2 due to the fourth wave of the coronavirus. Photo: Winson Wong
Face-to-face classes in kindergartens and schools were suspended on December 2 due to the fourth wave of the coronavirus. Photo: Winson Wong
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