COVID's mental health fallout will last a long time. Here's how we're targeting pandemic depression and anxiety.

Author:
Richard Bryant
Date:
May 10, 2021
Type:
One of the most common patterns from previous disasters whether it’s bushfires or tsunamis is that once the immediate threat is passed, governments and agencies often neglect the longer term mental health toll. This article tries to unravel some of the long terms impacts on mental health from Covid.

"Although Australia is now largely COVID-free, the repercussions of the pandemic are ongoing. As the pandemic enters its second year, many people will be continuing to suffer..."

Source: https://theconversation.com/covids-mental-health-fallout-will-last-a-long-time-heres-how-were-targeting-pandemic-depression-and-anxiety-155734

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