Children play in Victoria Park in Causeway Bay on May 9, as Hong Kong leisure facilities gradually reopen to the public following closures to keep Covid-19 at bay. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Children play in Victoria Park in Causeway Bay on May 9, as Hong Kong leisure facilities gradually reopen to the public following closures to keep Covid-19 at bay. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Children play in Victoria Park in Causeway Bay on May 9, as Hong Kong leisure facilities gradually reopen to the public following closures to keep Covid-19 at bay. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Letters | Coronavirus social isolation: how to let the kids know they are not alone

  • Children are incredible and resilient in ways adults can definitely learn from, but a little more parental interaction will go a long way to support them as they transition into the Covid-19 “new normal”

Topic |   Mental health
Children play in Victoria Park in Causeway Bay on May 9, as Hong Kong leisure facilities gradually reopen to the public following closures to keep Covid-19 at bay. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Children play in Victoria Park in Causeway Bay on May 9, as Hong Kong leisure facilities gradually reopen to the public following closures to keep Covid-19 at bay. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Children play in Victoria Park in Causeway Bay on May 9, as Hong Kong leisure facilities gradually reopen to the public following closures to keep Covid-19 at bay. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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