SJI Junior pupils unable to get new uniforms amid Covid-19 global supply squeeze

SJI expects uniforms and PE attire to be delayed at least until the first quarter of 2022. PHOTOS: SCREENGRAB FROM GOOGLE MAPS, LUKE PACHYMUTHU
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SINGAPORE - St Joseph's Institution Junior pupils may have to swap their white and khaki school uniforms and green outdoor sporting kits for a white T-shirt and black shorts next year.

SJI Junior, in a note to parents on Nov 2, said global supply logjams amid the Covid-19 pandemic have put a squeeze on the arrival of supplies to Singapore.

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