Coronavirus: students ‘excited’ to be back on campus for full-day, in-person classes after school hits vaccination target

Form Six students from the first secondary school in Hong Kong to resume full-day in-person classes in more than a year have said they are excited to resume their preparation for the university entrance exam.Delia Memorial School (Hip Wo) in Kwun Tong was allowed to resume full-day lessons on Monday for its Form Six pupils after 74 per cent of them had received two doses of Covid-19 vaccine.Principal Lam Yim-ling was optimistic about hitting the required 70 per cent threshold for the entire…

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