Last March, Dr. Kissen offered insights on the mental health effects of the Covid-19 pandemic:
“Uncertainty has come in waves. It started with questions like how long will the pandemic go on? How am I going to work from home? Is my children’s education going to suffer? Then it moved to questions like Should I get tested? Is it ok for me to get a vaccine before someone else who may be more deserving?”
A lot has changed in the past 2 years. While a lot of progress has been made, there are still things that we as a society are managing and will have to manage for some time. For one thing, the pandemic is inching closer to endemicity. This is a necessary step in the evolution of a novel virus, but what comes with the changing landscape of the virus is the notion that we must live with this. To read more, follow the link below!