RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Of the countless costs that the novel coronavirus pandemic is exacting on humanity's well-being, one of the least visible but potentially most costly in the long run is on minds and emotions.
At a first glance, disruption to mental health can be seen in the number of people who reported feeling worried, anxious and depressed during any one week in the past year and a half.
But this is only the tip of an iceberg with deeper roots in one of the regions most affected by the virus, and simultaneously with poorer starting conditions . . .
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