Health Populi April 14, 2021
Jane Sarasohn-Kahn

In the summer of 2020, four months into the pandemic, one-half of people living in the U.S. felt worry or stress related to the coronavirus that had a negative impact on their mental health.

Over a year into the COVID-19 in America, nearly one-half of people still have negative mental health impacts due to the coronavirus, based on research from the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) published in their April 2021 update on the mental health impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Note the line in the bar chart from the study has flat-lined and settled at just about 50% of U.S. adults overall by March 2021.

But the mental health impacts of COVID in America aren’t felt evenly or homogeneously across...

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