In a time of social distancing, people can feel even more disconnected. Photo: Xiaomei Chen In a time of social distancing, people can feel even more disconnected. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
In a time of social distancing, people can feel even more disconnected. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Samson Tse
Opinion

Opinion

Samson Tse

To soften the mental health impact of coronavirus, Hong Kong must take better care of the vulnerable

  • Regular mental health care services in Hong Kong have been disrupted by both the protests and Covid-19. The city must review how these vital services are delivered, and pay attention to the needs of the most vulnerable groups

In a time of social distancing, people can feel even more disconnected. Photo: Xiaomei Chen In a time of social distancing, people can feel even more disconnected. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
In a time of social distancing, people can feel even more disconnected. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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