A majority of Hong Kong’s pupil population will be able to return to school for the first time in months. Photo: Winson Wong A majority of Hong Kong’s pupil population will be able to return to school for the first time in months. Photo: Winson Wong
A majority of Hong Kong’s pupil population will be able to return to school for the first time in months. Photo: Winson Wong

Coronavirus: rules for Hong Kong schools eased to allow two-thirds of pupils back on site after Easter; city logs 11 new cases

  • Education Bureau announces two-thirds of student population in schools and kindergartens will be allowed to return once holiday ends; church gatherings may be permitted to resume before Easter, source says
  • Review of existing curbs comes as city reports three local infections, including one from untraceable sources

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A majority of Hong Kong’s pupil population will be able to return to school for the first time in months. Photo: Winson Wong A majority of Hong Kong’s pupil population will be able to return to school for the first time in months. Photo: Winson Wong
A majority of Hong Kong’s pupil population will be able to return to school for the first time in months. Photo: Winson Wong
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