Written by: Deng Yinglin
The last update date: 2021-05-07 14:33
A meeting of the Legislative Council's Education Affairs Committee met today (6th). Some members said that they had received a report from the principal that some teachers had refused regular testing due to political attitudes, dissatisfaction or distrust of the government, and the school was unable to resume half-day face-to-face teaching. , Worry about affecting students' learning.
In response, the Secretary for Education, Yang Runxiong, noted that some teachers were unwilling to be vaccinated or tested due to personal reasons or opinions. The Education Bureau is contacting schools to collect teachers’ opinions and must consider carefully before deciding whether to implement compulsory testing.
▼The age threshold for injections is lowered, and the young people are vaccinated with Kexing vaccine▼
The Education Bureau announced on March 26 that if faculty members have completed two doses of vaccinations, schools can apply to the bureau to resume half-day face-to-face classes in the school after 14 days, and faculty members can also be exempted from regular testing every 14 days.
The Education Bureau sent a letter to all schools in Hong Kong on April 30, stating that some members of the Legislative Council have inquired about the vaccinations for the new crown vaccinations of school staff. In order to collect data in order to reply to the Legislative Council, schools are required to complete the attachment by May 13 at the latest. Indicate the number of vaccinations for teaching staff, including the number of people who provided "unintentional vaccinations" and "unwilling to disclose vaccination intentions or circumstances", and the two sets of numbers for teachers and staff should be separately listed, and cannot be mixed into one.
The letter also described the limited number of vaccinations, and called on faculty and staff to "cherish this hard-won opportunity."
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