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COVID-19: Mental health has deteriorated most among young people, UK study finds

The long-term effects of COVID-19 induced mental health are yet to be fully understood. Image: Unsplash/Sasha Freemind

Kathryn Abel

Professor of Psychological Medicine, University of Manchester

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It was important to try to separate out the effect of the pandemic from the general decline in mental health, particularly among young people. Image: Simona Pilolla 2/Shutterstock
Those at greater risk of catching the virus were not disproportionately affected by falling mental health. Image: EPA-EFE

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