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COVID-19: Why virtual mental health care could be here to stay

Continuing to offer online services could help encourage and reassure people to seek help with their mental health. Image: REUTERS/Mariana Greif

Kara Gavin

Research & Policy Media Relations Manager - Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation, Michigan University

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