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Covid-19 hammers mental health of health workers

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Medical staff treat a patient at a Covid-19 intensive care unit.
Medical staff treat a patient at a Covid-19 intensive care unit.
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As South Africa continues to observe Mental Health Awareness Month, mental health experts, healthcare workers and companies operating in the sector have spoken about the impact Covid-19 has had not only on a national level, but also on individuals, and they also highlight the faultlines it has exposed in the country’s response to mental health.

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