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Spike in mental health cases during pandemic

 

Jul 25, 2021 09:15:48 PM

Spike in mental health cases during pandemic There has been an increasing number of people suffering from mental health during this pandemic.

Permanent Secretary for Health Dr James Fong said the toll in terms of mental and social suffering is high.

He in announcement said frontline health workers are integral to the global response to coronavirus.

“In hospitals, clinics and homes around the world, health workers are taking on significant personal risks. This is the same in Fiji,” he said.

“This current crisis is demonstrating the essential, tireless and too-often undervalued role of health workers and our frontline colleagues in ensuring strong, resilient health systems.

“They work long hours, sacrifice time with their families, and endure the stresses that this pandemic places upon them as individuals, professionals, and upon the entire health system.

“Delivering health services in an environment of constrained resources will often mean providing access to life-saving care at the expense of comfort,” he said.

He said maintaining sensitivity and empathy during the provision of service has never been more important.

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka

 

 

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Covid-19 Update

 

Last updated 16th September 2021

New Cases


197

Active Cases


12,978

Recoveries


35,686

Deaths


544

 


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