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Got pandemic anxiety? You might relate more to COVID memes than non-anxious people

By Umair Akram, Lecturer in Psychology, Sheffield Hallam University
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Public health measures to combat COVID, such as lockdowns, quarantines and social distancing, have made many people anxious. In many countries, including the UK, studies found that rates of anxiety and depression rose following the onset of the pandemic.
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