Covid-19 has triggered a mental health crisis and we need to deal with it now

School counsellors are among the mental health personnel who can be mobilised quickly to help address mental health needs within local communities. — Filepic

In the last two decades, several pandemics worldwide have yielded insights on the mental health impact of such events.

However, the current Covid-19 pandemic has been somewhat less predictable.

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