Mental health suffering under the lockdown

Similar to the fact that not everyone suffers equally in a recession, it is just as true that some people’s wellbeing may improve during the coronavirus pandemic. As Farrah Jarral sets out (The lockdown paradox: why some people’s anxiety is improving during the crisis, 29 April), this will be largely defined by people’s circumstances, and it is hard to imagine that such an uplift will apply to those in economically insecure positions, or those responding to the crisis from the frontlines.

Link: Mental health suffering under the lockdown
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