Mental Health

The loneliness pandemic? How COVID-19 has created a mental health crisis

40% of people in a European study said that they felt more lonely during COVID-19. Image: Unsplash/ Mykyta Martynenko

Ziggi Ivan Santini

Research Scientist in Mental Health, University of Southern Denmark

Ai Koyanagi

Research Professor in Life and Medical Sciences, ICREA

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