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Managing mental & psychological wellbeing amidst COVID-19 pandemic: Positive psychology interventions

  title={Managing mental \& psychological wellbeing amidst COVID-19 pandemic: Positive psychology interventions},
  author={Maria Tresita Paul  Vincent and Uma N. Devi},
COVID-19 pandemic has shaken the roots of healthcare facilities worldwide, with the US being one of the most affected countries irrespective of being a superpower. Along with the current pandemic, COVID-19 can cause a secondary crisis of mental health pandemic if left unignored. Various studies from past epidemics, financial turmoil and pandemic, especially SARS and MERS, have shown a steep increase in mental and psychological issues like depression, low quality of life, self-harm and suicidal… 

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