A new study by Chinese University aims to shed light on the plight of the intellectually disabled and their carers in Hong Kong amid the pandemic. Photo: Shutterstock Images A new study by Chinese University aims to shed light on the plight of the intellectually disabled and their carers in Hong Kong amid the pandemic. Photo: Shutterstock Images
A new study by Chinese University aims to shed light on the plight of the intellectually disabled and their carers in Hong Kong amid the pandemic. Photo: Shutterstock Images

Coronavirus: intellectually disabled in Hong Kong more confined, spend less time outdoors amid pandemic than others worldwide, study finds

  • Findings are part of Chinese University survey done in 19 countries on carers, with 269 of them from city
  • Other results include more than 70 per cent of respondents voicing dissatisfaction with Covid-19 government information

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A new study by Chinese University aims to shed light on the plight of the intellectually disabled and their carers in Hong Kong amid the pandemic. Photo: Shutterstock Images A new study by Chinese University aims to shed light on the plight of the intellectually disabled and their carers in Hong Kong amid the pandemic. Photo: Shutterstock Images
A new study by Chinese University aims to shed light on the plight of the intellectually disabled and their carers in Hong Kong amid the pandemic. Photo: Shutterstock Images
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