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Coronavirus and Mental Health

It is important to look after our mental wellbeing at the time of this pandemic.

We are working and living in unprecedented times, and now more than ever we have to look after our own wellbeing. The World Health Organization (WHO) has published some useful holistic advice on mental health and psychosocial considerations during this COVID-19 outbreak.

Notably, the WHO advises us to minimise watching, reading or listening to news that causes us to feel anxious or distressed. We should seek information only from trusted sources and mainly for practical steps to protect ourselves and our loved ones.

The WHO suggests we seek information updates at specific times during the day and only once or twice. The near-constant stream of news reports about COVID-19 can cause anyone to feel worried. We should obtain our information from robust sources such as and, and base our actions on facts and not rumours or misinformation especially prevalent on social media.


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