Mental Health Rise for Covid-19 During Holidays

The pandemic will once again become one of the protagonists this end of the year, since the fear remains constant given the appearance of the new variant. This has negative consequences in each of us because of anxiety about what 2022 holds, the sadness of not being able to share in person with our loved ones, and the loneliness experienced by the need for isolation as a result of being sick are constant concerns.

The important thing to remember is that it is a temporary situation that, by taking the appropriate measures, can be prevented. In addition, health and mental health professionals are prepared to attend to the emergency situation so that people can spend Holidays calm and with family.

“Let’s call them ground rules, it could be, ‘I will be with the family but not talk about this issue.”

Kimble Richardson

Eric Graves | FOX 59

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