Hong Kong children pay the price for the government’s fumbling over Covid-19

Plenty of people just shrugged their shoulders earlier in the month, when some parents of young children spoke out against the Hong Kong government’s abrupt blanket closure of kindergartens and childcare centres over what is essentially the common cold.

But the last two months of real school had been vital to the socio-emotional development of preschool and kindergarten-aged children, following months of school and playground closures, as well as drastically reduced social interaction with…

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