A study in JAMA Network Open assessed mental health conditions for about 1,200 health care workers in China and found that 71% had signs of distress and half had symptoms of depression. Those symptoms, as well as anxiety and insomnia, were more common among nurses as well as health care professionals caring directly for patients with COVID-19.
COVID-19 takes mental health toll on health care workers
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