Riot police officer aims pepper spray at journalists during an anti-government protest. A new survey found journalists and property managers’ mental health was impacted by the unrest. Photo: Sam Tsang Riot police officer aims pepper spray at journalists during an anti-government protest. A new survey found journalists and property managers’ mental health was impacted by the unrest. Photo: Sam Tsang
Riot police officer aims pepper spray at journalists during an anti-government protest. A new survey found journalists and property managers’ mental health was impacted by the unrest. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong protests leaving journalists, property management staff with higher rates of anxiety and depression, study finds

  • Almost a third of all journalists and property management staff surveyed had signs of mental health issues
  • The Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists said it is due to the ongoing social unrest, and urged the government to provide more support services

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Riot police officer aims pepper spray at journalists during an anti-government protest. A new survey found journalists and property managers’ mental health was impacted by the unrest. Photo: Sam Tsang Riot police officer aims pepper spray at journalists during an anti-government protest. A new survey found journalists and property managers’ mental health was impacted by the unrest. Photo: Sam Tsang
Riot police officer aims pepper spray at journalists during an anti-government protest. A new survey found journalists and property managers’ mental health was impacted by the unrest. Photo: Sam Tsang
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