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Fear of COVID-19 continues to adversely affect psychological well-being

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Research by psychologists from the School of Psychology at Swansea University has found that people’s fear of COVID-19 has led to worsened mental health. The study, just published in the Journal of Health Psychology, also found that older participants and those from minority ethnic groups were most likely to experience COVID-19 fear.

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