Three Hongkongers describe what it’s like to go through a three-week quarantine. The experience has been associated with anger, frustration and depression. Photo: Edmond So Three Hongkongers describe what it’s like to go through a three-week quarantine. The experience has been associated with anger, frustration and depression. Photo: Edmond So
Three Hongkongers describe what it’s like to go through a three-week quarantine. The experience has been associated with anger, frustration and depression. Photo: Edmond So
Wellness

How to survive world’s longest coronavirus hotel quarantine: 3 Hongkongers tell how they endured 21 long days in isolation

  • Business executive Arnaud de Surville woke up crying in his last week of quarantine, while Brenda Adrian mourned the death of her mother during her confinement
  • Zoe Fortune and her husband struggled to keep their energy and positivity going as they quarantined with their two children, aged four and six

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Three Hongkongers describe what it’s like to go through a three-week quarantine. The experience has been associated with anger, frustration and depression. Photo: Edmond So Three Hongkongers describe what it’s like to go through a three-week quarantine. The experience has been associated with anger, frustration and depression. Photo: Edmond So
Three Hongkongers describe what it’s like to go through a three-week quarantine. The experience has been associated with anger, frustration and depression. Photo: Edmond So
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