Mental Health and Covid-19

Fear, concern, and tension are common responses to obvious or real risks, as well as occasionally when we are faced with weakness or the mysterious. Therefore, it is normal and understandable that people are feeling fearful about the COVID-19 epidemic. The fear of contracting the infection in a pandemic, like COVID-19, is compounded by the significant disruptions to our daily routines brought on by efforts to limit and slow the spread of the infection. Given the new realities of telecommuting, temporary unemployment, child self-education, and lack of actual touch with other family members, friends, and associates, it is crucial that we take care of both our physical and psychological welfare.

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