Psychological problems associated with COVID-19


COVID-19 is anxiety-provoking for patients, non-patients, carers, and healthcare professionals thanks to its infective potential, the uncertainty of manifestations and prognosis, restrictions imposed by the government. resulting in dysfunction in social, occupational, psychological, familial, economic, and other domains. The anxiety is compounded by rumours, flooding of data within the media and internet, changes in lifestyle and routine, economic instability, discrimination, stigma, feeling of alienation, and guilt. The last three factors are faced by patients and their relatives.


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