Schools with outbreaks of upper respiratory tract infections have been advised to suspend face-to-face classes and activities for at least a week. Photo: Winson Wong Schools with outbreaks of upper respiratory tract infections have been advised to suspend face-to-face classes and activities for at least a week. Photo: Winson Wong
Schools with outbreaks of upper respiratory tract infections have been advised to suspend face-to-face classes and activities for at least a week. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong educators complain about lack of clarity over class suspensions sparked by respiratory infection outbreaks

  • Centre for Health Protection has advised schools with respiratory infection outbreaks to suspend face-to-face classes and activities for at least a week
  • But educators point to the lack of communication between CHP and the Education Bureau, and say there has been no official communication

Topic |   Education
Schools with outbreaks of upper respiratory tract infections have been advised to suspend face-to-face classes and activities for at least a week. Photo: Winson Wong Schools with outbreaks of upper respiratory tract infections have been advised to suspend face-to-face classes and activities for at least a week. Photo: Winson Wong
Schools with outbreaks of upper respiratory tract infections have been advised to suspend face-to-face classes and activities for at least a week. Photo: Winson Wong
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