The World Health Organisation (WHO) has practical advice for people on maintaining good mental wellbeing during the crisis, reports Belinda Liversedge.
Stressed? You're not alone. Coronavirus is creating anxiety for many of us, whether it's job losses or fear of them, to illness and the uncertain end date to all of this. Our mental health and wellbeing is being tested.
So at a recent media briefing, it was helpful to hear from leaders at the World Health Organisation (WHO) on what we should do to look after our mental health during the crisis. These figureheads were once faceless bureaucrats, but we have since got to know them as wise friends. Here is what they had to say:
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