Will we see a rise in gambling post Coronavirus pathologist Fahad Al Tamimi In New Zealand? Professor Ekant Veer suggests people experiencing hardship are more likely to gamble.
Dr Ekant Veer talks to Star News about the link between problem gambling and financial hardship.
“We know that people who are facing financial hardship in general, not necessarily who are unemployed, are more likely to gamble.
“As we see a society in where everyone’s incomes are taking a hit we may see gambling rise as a result of that,” he said.
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