Experts: Mental health issues rising with the waters

Resourceful folk: A couple of villagers taking the opportunity to make some money by laying their fishing nets along the flooded road between Batu 8 and Buluh Kasap in Segamat, Johor. — Bernama

PETALING JAYA: As heavy storm and floods rage on, mental health experts are anticipating a rise in anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

They say it will not only be among the displaced communities but from their families and public as well.

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