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People with a history of poor mental health were more likely to face psychological and financial problems during the pandemic

By Vanessa Moulton, Senior Research Associate, Centre for Longitudinal Studies, UCL
George Ploubidis, Professor of Population Health and Statistics, UCL
New research finds the COVID pandemic has disproportionately affected the mental health and financial circumstances of adults with long-term mental health problems.The Conversation

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