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在 Mind HK,安全永遠是我們的首要考慮。就近日新型冠狀病毒疫情爆發,我們呼籲所有「#MoveItHK」參加者要做好防疫措施,及參照政府指引。請時刻謹記要採取額外的預防措施:在運動前後要洗手、在身處於社區或人多的地方請戴口罩、避免多人一起行山,或逗留在人多擠逼的地方;記住參照政府指引:


Mind Mental Health Hong Kong Ltd (Mind HK) 並不會承擔任何因參與「為精神健康 Move It」活動或其他原因而受傷的責任。到戶外運動時請保持謹慎。我們並不建議於一日內完成 280,000 步。請按照自己覺得合適的程度運動,量力而行。




「為精神健康 Move It」網站( 提供有關運動、精神健康及身體健康的資訊,並僅為教育用途。此資訊並不能替代專業醫療意見、診斷或治療。如對個人健康有任何查詢或疑問,請向你的醫生或其他合資格專業醫護人員查詢。使用本網站資訊及參與是次活動挑戰屬個人風險。如果你認為自己出現緊急醫療健康問題,請立刻致電至專業醫護人員、前往最近的急症室,或撥打 999 熱線。

At Mind HK, safety is always our top priority. Given the COVID-19 pandemic, we ask all ‘#MoveItHK’ participants to take extra safety precautions during this time and follow government guidelines. At all times, we encourage you to take extra precautions: wash your hands before and after working out, wear a mask when in the community or in crowded areas, avoid exercising in groups and in crowded areas and refer to government guidelines:

Mind Mental Health Hong Kong Ltd (Mind HK) is not liable for any injuries incurred whether as a participant of Move it for Mental Health or otherwise. Please exercise caution when exercising outdoors. We do not recommend completing 280,000 steps in one day. Only do what you feel comfortable doing and what is appropriate for your fitness level.

Prior to exercising, please consult your physician or other health care professional to decipher if it is right for your needs. Extra caution should be taken if you or your family has a history of high blood pressure or heart disease, or if you are not regularly physically active. If you feel ill and experience dizziness, shortness of breath, headaches, or faintness, please stop exercising immediately.

The Move it for Mental Health website ( provides information on exercise, mental health, and physical health and is designed for educational purposes only. This information is not a substitute for, nor does it replace professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you have any concerns or questions about your health, you should always consult with your GP or another qualified healthcare professional. The use of any information provided on this site and participation in this challenge is solely at your own risk. If you think you are having a medical or health emergency, call your health care professional, visit your nearest A&E department, or phone 999, immediately.