Survivors of human trafficking in Hong Kong are struggling amid the Covid-19 pandemic, with a sharp increase in anxiety, insomnia and suicidal tendencies as their cases are delayed. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Survivors of human trafficking in Hong Kong are struggling amid the Covid-19 pandemic, with a sharp increase in anxiety, insomnia and suicidal tendencies as their cases are delayed. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Survivors of human trafficking in Hong Kong are struggling amid the Covid-19 pandemic, with a sharp increase in anxiety, insomnia and suicidal tendencies as their cases are delayed. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Letters | Coronavirus pandemic bodes ill for Hong Kong’s trafficking survivors and domestic workers

  • As the pandemic rages on, increased economic hardship and declining living and working conditions provide ripe conditions for forced labour and human trafficking to flourish

Topic |   Human trafficking
Survivors of human trafficking in Hong Kong are struggling amid the Covid-19 pandemic, with a sharp increase in anxiety, insomnia and suicidal tendencies as their cases are delayed. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Survivors of human trafficking in Hong Kong are struggling amid the Covid-19 pandemic, with a sharp increase in anxiety, insomnia and suicidal tendencies as their cases are delayed. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Survivors of human trafficking in Hong Kong are struggling amid the Covid-19 pandemic, with a sharp increase in anxiety, insomnia and suicidal tendencies as their cases are delayed. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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