A Hong Kong primary school has urged the government to rethink its prerequisites for resuming full-day classes. Photo: May Tse A Hong Kong primary school has urged the government to rethink its prerequisites for resuming full-day classes. Photo: May Tse
A Hong Kong primary school has urged the government to rethink its prerequisites for resuming full-day classes. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong primary school urges government to rethink vaccination requirements for resuming full-day classes

  • The principal of the Yau Tong school has stressed the need for a return to normalcy among young pupils affected by the pandemic
  • With vaccines only available to children aged 12 and up, schools like hers will be unable to reach the threshold for resuming full-day classes

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A Hong Kong primary school has urged the government to rethink its prerequisites for resuming full-day classes. Photo: May Tse A Hong Kong primary school has urged the government to rethink its prerequisites for resuming full-day classes. Photo: May Tse
A Hong Kong primary school has urged the government to rethink its prerequisites for resuming full-day classes. Photo: May Tse
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