Secondary schools are only allowed to hold full-day face-to-face classes if 90 per cent of their students are vaccinated with three Covid-19 shots before November 1. Photo: May Tse
Secondary schools are only allowed to hold full-day face-to-face classes if 90 per cent of their students are vaccinated with three Covid-19 shots before November 1. Photo: May Tse

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Hong Kong has changed Covid-19 vaccination requirements for schools as new term starts. Here’s what you need to know

  • Secondary schools can hold full-day, in-person classes only if at least 90 per cent of students have had three Covid-19 shots
  • Most secondary schools should be able to comply, but primary ones are less likely to do so

Secondary schools are only allowed to hold full-day face-to-face classes if 90 per cent of their students are vaccinated with three Covid-19 shots before November 1. Photo: May Tse
Secondary schools are only allowed to hold full-day face-to-face classes if 90 per cent of their students are vaccinated with three Covid-19 shots before November 1. Photo: May Tse
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