Since the start of the COVID-19 crisis, experts have warned of a coming mental health epidemic in tandem with the virus’ physical threat.
Extended periods of social isolation, mixed with grief and well-founded worries about the future, were bound to prompt mental health conditions for some and worsen others, they said.
More than a year later, three times as many Virginians reported serious mental health symptoms than before the coronavirus…
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