Cigna’s latest research paper, COVID-19 and Mental Health: The Post-Pandemic Panorama, discusses the varied effects of the pandemic on the mental health of people around the globe. The paper also reviews the importance of assessing and treating those that are suffering as a result of financial concerns, caregiving responsibilities, bereavement and more. Similar to mitigating of the spread of the COVID-19 virus itself, supporting the psychological wellness of the world will require a global, united effort.
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