Hong Kong primary schools will be allowed to resume full-day, in-person classes if 70 per cent of their students have received at least one dose of the BioNTech vaccine or two jabs of Sinovac, and if the same proportion of staff are also inoculated against Covid-19.
The Education Bureau announced its decision in a letter to all schools on Tuesday, with the Chinese-produced Sinovac vaccine made available to children aged five to 11 from last Friday, and the German-made BioNTech jabs to be offered from February 16.
The latest announcement came after the bureau suspended in-person classes in kindergartens, primary and secondary schools due to an Omicron outbreak in the city. Students will not be returning to campus until at least February 7.
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