Covid-19: Mental health support for frontliners

Health Ministry staff take a break from screening Kampung Baru residents and foreigners for Covid-19 on April 7. Many doctors are suffering mentally and emotionally during this pandemic. — Filepic

The doctors who call in are having panic attacks. They are struggling with feelings of sadness.

They are worried about their family members and whether they are putting them at risk by trying to heal strangers.

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