The Dark Shadow of COVID: Mental Health Impact Persists - Ray Schroeder, Inside Higher Ed

In recent months, more and more campuses have announced they will reopen, but the dark shadow of mental health issues will extend into the fall semester and beyond.We are now experiencing a rise in COVID cases around the country, but hope persists that science will eventually be successful in quelling this deadly virus. However, that does not mean that the consequences of the pandemic are over. For students at all levels, the mental health problems continue. Anxiety, depression and suicides are lasting effects of the isolation, fear and loss generated by the disease. Loss extends far and wide. It includes the loss of those who have died and those who suffer long-haul COVID. The need for understanding, flexibility and broad perspectives will continue for semesters and years to come. Lives have been altered. 

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