Coping with COVID-19 . . . How to survive the curfew, quarantine and isolation

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Consultant Psychiatrist at the Psychiatric Hospital Dr Joy Sue is calling on persons to pay attention to their mental health, as their interaction and movements have been restricted to combat the spread of the highly contagious COVID-19 illness. In an interview with the Barbados Government Information Service, Dr Sue said it was important to acknowledge […]

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