Customs clearance between Hong Kong and the Mainland began on the 8th of this month, and more than 27,000 local cross-border students will be able to resume face-to-face classes after the Lunar New Year.
It is reported that cross-border secondary school students can come to Hong Kong without quota as early as the second week of February, and resume normal classes. The resumption of classes for cross-border students in primary schools and kindergartens will be extended until the end of February.
▼On January 5, cross-border students will resume face-to-face teaching after the Chinese New Year in Hong Kong▼
Chief Secretary for Administration Chen Guoji revealed at the epidemic press conference at the beginning of the month that it is planned to allow cross-border students to resume face-to-face classes in Hong Kong after the Lunar New Year. Within the customs clearance quota for going south or going north.
According to the current immigration policy, cross-border students need to submit 48 hours of negative nucleic acid test results before they can come to Hong Kong. The academic circle has been striving to replace nucleic acid testing with rapid tests. She is "optimistic" about replacing the nucleic acid test with a rapid test and waiting for approval from the mainland.
▼January 8 Sunset Mazhou/Futian Port Customs Clearance▼
Cross-border students are expected to come to Hong Kong for 2.1 quotas. The principal hopes that parents can send their children back to school with the same exemption. The Education Bureau strives for the fastest 2.1 to go to Hong Kong. Cai Ruolian is optimistic about the rapid test of nucleic acid. 48-hour nucleic acid test, hoping to have news before spring break