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How the pandemic has affected mental health in America

COVID-19 has sparked a range of mental health issues in the US. Image: Unsplash/Annie Spratt

Victoria Masterson

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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a chart showing that women are most likely to say worry or stress related to coronavirus has had a negative impact on their mental health
Younger adults and women – including mothers – are most likely to say worry or stress has damaged their mental health. Image: KFF COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor
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Childcare has been a huge concern for parents during the COVID-19 pandemic. Image: Unsplash/Marcin Jozwiak
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