People Who Complied with COVID Restrictions More Likely to Suffer Mental Health Issues: Study
A recent study conducted by a university in the United Kingdom found that individuals who fully complied with COVID-19 measures are more likely to suffer from lingering mental health issues than those who resisted government mandates and viewed such orders with skepticism.
The findings might be the least surprising bit of post-pandemic data out there.
But they are nonetheless hard data for individuals who desired to make their own health choices during the madness of the pandemic era and were vilified for doing so.
Meanwhile, that person you might still see today wearing a mask in public — four years after the outbreak began — could need help, according to a study sanctioned by Bangor University in Wales.
The study, which has not been peer-reviewed, was published Nov. 21.
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