(From left) Hong Kong AIDS Foundation’s Lau Sun-sun, Peter, Timothy Wong and Kirk Ngai at the press conference on the survey findings. Photo: Edmond So
(From left) Hong Kong AIDS Foundation’s Lau Sun-sun, Peter, Timothy Wong and Kirk Ngai at the press conference on the survey findings. Photo: Edmond So

Nearly 70 per cent of men in Hong Kong who visit sex workers have continued to do so during Covid-19 pandemic, survey finds

  • Findings by Hong Kong Aids Foundation show 66 per cent of respondents had reduced visits to sex workers due to concerns over Covid-19 transmission, pandemic prevention measures
  • Only 6 per cent wore a mask during sexual contact, compared with 54 per cent who did not

Topic |   Sex and relationships
(From left) Hong Kong AIDS Foundation’s Lau Sun-sun, Peter, Timothy Wong and Kirk Ngai at the press conference on the survey findings. Photo: Edmond So
(From left) Hong Kong AIDS Foundation’s Lau Sun-sun, Peter, Timothy Wong and Kirk Ngai at the press conference on the survey findings. Photo: Edmond So
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