The Psychological and Social Impact of Covid-19

The recent Covid-19 pandemic has had significant psychological and social effects on the population. Research has highlighted the impact on the psychological well-being of the foremost exposed groups, including children, college students, and doctors, who are more likely to develop post-traumatic, stress disorder, anxiety, depression, and other symptoms of distress. The social distance and therefore the security measures have affected the connection among people and their perception of empathy toward others.


 

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