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Coronavirus: Hong Kong school principals accuse officials of double standards over return of in-person classes

Hong Kong’s international schools can apply for permission to resume full-time, on-campus learning this month, drawing complaints from their local counterparts which will only be allowed to operate on a half-day basis.The Education Bureau announced on Tuesday that the city’s kindergartens, primary and secondary schools would be free to resume face-to-face classes for all students from May 24 – regardless of whether teachers underwent regular Covid-19 testing as previously required, but on the…

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