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Writes Dionysus, Content Writer, Headline Diplomat, LUDCI.eu
As the months pass by and despite the respite provided by the approval of vaccines for the COVID 19 pandemic, the psychological consequences caused by long periods of isolation, the fear of being infected with the virus that has claimed millions of lives, and the resulting financial crisis, are becoming visible.
In several countries, levels of mental health disorders, suicidal thoughts and even acting out have increased since the start of the pandemic, a worrying phenomenon, which the United Nations (UN) and the World Health Orga...
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