COVID-19 leaves its mark on mental health

Heath experts and the general public continue to discuss the variety of physical symptoms associated with COVID-19. But fewer people have looked at the mental impact of the pandemic itself. And judging by the data, that impact has already been significant.

According to research, COVID-19 has led to increases in anxiety, depression and other mental disorders. The experience has also harmed the mental health of doctors, nurses and other providers. Read more—including how these mental health issues will affect the life insurance industry in the immediate future—in the full article from Actuaries Digital.

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