The percentage of Hong Kong children who develop nearsightedness has increased an estimated 2½ times during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a study, which has attributed the “myopia boom” to students spending less time outdoors and more staring at screens.
The Chinese University study, which was released on Monday, found schoolchildren spent an average of almost seven hours a day looking at screens during the pandemic, around four hours more than before.
At the same time, the average amount of time spent outdoors dropped from 1.27 hours a day to just 24 minutes.
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