Hong Kong’s war against Covid-19 has brought about a mental health crisis as well. Could resuming sport help? Photo: K.Y. ChengHong Kong’s war against Covid-19 has brought about a mental health crisis as well. Could resuming sport help? Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Hong Kong’s war against Covid-19 has brought about a mental health crisis as well. Could resuming sport help? Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Patrick Blennerhassett
Opinion

Opinion

Patrick Blennerhassett

Hong Kong’s mental suffering fuelled by sport and exercise restrictions in fight against Covid-19

  • Hong Kong is flirting with a crisis, if it is not already in the middle of one, so why not allow some leniency for sport and exercise?
  • Studies have shown sport and working out are some of the best ways to help one’s mental health

Hong Kong’s war against Covid-19 has brought about a mental health crisis as well. Could resuming sport help? Photo: K.Y. ChengHong Kong’s war against Covid-19 has brought about a mental health crisis as well. Could resuming sport help? Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Hong Kong’s war against Covid-19 has brought about a mental health crisis as well. Could resuming sport help? Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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