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Battles of heart and mind

Advice from Ground Zero on how to stop worrying and embrace the isolation.




The start of 2020 for Manpreet Singh, 32, had been joyous. He had taken a group of tourists to Thailand and Vietnam in January and his travel company, Four Seasons Holiday Planner, was doing well. Ever since COVID-19 made headlines in February, however, Singh has had to cancel 50 tours. I know people in the sector who can't sleep at night, but I don't want to go on a downward spiral, he says. A firm advocate of mental fitness, Singh is now using his spare hours to focus on his physical health too. He is

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