A protester during the siege of Chinese University in Sha Tin last November. Photo: Winson WongA protester during the siege of Chinese University in Sha Tin last November. Photo: Winson Wong
A protester during the siege of Chinese University in Sha Tin last November. Photo: Winson Wong

One-two punch of protests, coronavirus playing havoc with mental health in Hong Kong, study finds

  • Three-quarters of Hongkongers are experiencing negative thoughts following last year’s unrest and amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic
  • Reported symptoms of PTSD and depression appear to be disproportionately affecting the young

Topic |   Mental health
A protester during the siege of Chinese University in Sha Tin last November. Photo: Winson WongA protester during the siege of Chinese University in Sha Tin last November. Photo: Winson Wong
A protester during the siege of Chinese University in Sha Tin last November. Photo: Winson Wong
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