Nova Scotia’s government declared a state of emergency aimed at containing COVID-19 on March 22, 2020. COVID-19, and efforts to limit its spread, have corroded many Nova Scotians’ mental health.
Depression, anxiety, panic, fear, isolation, loneliness, alcohol and cannabis misuse and thoughts of suicide are all too common as COVID-19 drags on. Dr. Simon Sherry discussed coping with COVID-19 and pandemic life.
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