Mental Health Concerns Spike Amid Hong Kong’s Third COVID-19 Wave
City’s resources badly strained
By: Jay Ganglani
The unceasing tension surrounding the Covid-19 scare, which first hit Hong Kong on January 22 and now is settling into its distressing third wave, has been raising increasing concern about mental health in a city where discussing mental health has long been taboo.
The city faces a parade of other tensions as well as the Chinese governme…
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