Migrant workers sit waiting with their documents at the Philippine Trade Training Centre in the Philippines. The medical journal Lancet Psychiatry has found that domestic workers are particularly vulnerable and their mental health could worsen as the coronavirus outbreak continues. Photo: Bloomberg

Stressed, isolated: Migrants face increased mental health risks amid coronavirus crisis

  • The mental health of domestic workers in cities such as Hong Kong and Macau may worsen during the new coronavirus epidemic, journal says
  • Researchers call for equal access to health services, as migrant workers report increased levels of stress and anxiety amid the crisis
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Migrant workers sit waiting with their documents at the Philippine Trade Training Centre in the Philippines. The medical journal Lancet Psychiatry has found that domestic workers are particularly vulnerable and their mental health could worsen as the coronavirus outbreak continues. Photo: Bloomberg
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