The strain of living in close quarters for prolonged periods during the school closures is taking its toll on many families. Illustration: Brian Wang The strain of living in close quarters for prolonged periods during the school closures is taking its toll on many families. Illustration: Brian Wang
The strain of living in close quarters for prolonged periods during the school closures is taking its toll on many families. Illustration: Brian Wang

The housebound Hong Kong families cramped and cranky during the coronavirus crisis, with no end in sight for school closures

  • Low-income families struggle most with confined spaces, poor internet but the breakout of household arguments during the epidemic does not discriminate
  • Experts suggest ways of surviving the great coronavirus lock-in, with the schools shutdown to last beyond April 20

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The strain of living in close quarters for prolonged periods during the school closures is taking its toll on many families. Illustration: Brian Wang The strain of living in close quarters for prolonged periods during the school closures is taking its toll on many families. Illustration: Brian Wang
The strain of living in close quarters for prolonged periods during the school closures is taking its toll on many families. Illustration: Brian Wang
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