A playground in Jordan is closed temporarily amid social distancing measures put in place to tackle the coronavirus outbreak, in Hong Kong on March 29. Photo: Sam Tsang A playground in Jordan is closed temporarily amid social distancing measures put in place to tackle the coronavirus outbreak, in Hong Kong on March 29. Photo: Sam Tsang
A playground in Jordan is closed temporarily amid social distancing measures put in place to tackle the coronavirus outbreak, in Hong Kong on March 29. Photo: Sam Tsang

Letters | As coronavirus crisis shuts Hong Kong kids at home, don’t lose sight of child abuse risks

  • Social distancing measures mean that some children are isolated at home with abusive or neglectful family members, disconnected from the safe adults they might usually turn to. Members of society must step up and keep these children safe

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A playground in Jordan is closed temporarily amid social distancing measures put in place to tackle the coronavirus outbreak, in Hong Kong on March 29. Photo: Sam Tsang A playground in Jordan is closed temporarily amid social distancing measures put in place to tackle the coronavirus outbreak, in Hong Kong on March 29. Photo: Sam Tsang
A playground in Jordan is closed temporarily amid social distancing measures put in place to tackle the coronavirus outbreak, in Hong Kong on March 29. Photo: Sam Tsang
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