Covid 19 and Mental Health


The psychological effects of the pandemic are better described in terms of the medical and psychological issues that occurred before the pandemic and also the path plastic impact of the pandemic on these issues; reactions to social isolation and lockdown; psychological reaction to the diagnosis, public response to those with suspected symptoms of COVID-19 infection. The social gap and lockdown have also contributed to several improvements in day-to-day activities, redistribution of homework, comprehensive work from home and longer spent with those who live together.



 

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