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NHS staff are “breaking down” on the frontline of the fight against coronavirus, a Labour MP and A&E doctor has warned.  Shadow mental health minister and A&E doctor Rosena Allin-Khan has written to the Health Secretary Matt Hancock to seek assurances that medics are getting the support they need. She said their mental health must be made a priority now rather than when theNHS staff are “breaking down” on the frontline of the fight against coronavirus, a Labour MP and A&E doctor has warned.  Shadow mental health minister and A&E doctor Rosena Allin-Khan has written to

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NHS staff are “breaking down” on the frontline tackling coronavirus and their mental health must be made a priority now rather than when the crisis is over, Labour hasNHS staff are “breaking down” on the frontline tackling coronavirus and their mental health must be made a priority now rather than when the crisis is over, Labour has

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Alyssa Milano on Twitter: "Listen to the most recent episode of my podcast: Protecting Your Spiritual And Mental Health During the Coronavirus Pandemic https://t.co/1TiySkt3BV"

“The Duchess of Cambridge has spoken to midwives, health visitors, parents and experts about the impact #coronavirus is having on new and expectant mothers and their families ahead of the UK’s Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week https://t.co/STT45X6joH”

Lizzie Robinson on Twitter: "The Duchess of Cambridge has spoken to midwives, health visitors, parents and experts about the impact #coronavirus is having on new and expectant mothers and their families ahead of the UK’s Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week… https://t.co/9jc4I0islF"

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Kate Snow on Twitter: "Nick used to manage a restaurant in St Paul. Now he’s having trouble getting out of bed some days. “I’ve lost my purpose,” he told me. Tonight we look at Coronavirus unemployment & the mental health toll @NBCNightlyNews… https://t.co/XqOIePJOGk"

“As the country continues to respond to #COVID19, we must prioritize the public's mental health and well-being. That's why we're asking leadership to provide more resources to support suicide prevention efforts in any future #coronavirus response and recovery package.”

Rep. Ted Lieu on Twitter: "As the country continues to respond to #COVID19, we must prioritize the public's mental health and well-being. That's why we're asking leadership to provide more resources to support suicide prevention efforts in any future #coronavirus response and recovery package.… https://t.co/KTv3OyNDCg"

HERO medics are “breaking down” on the coronavirus frontline, Labour’s shadow health minister has warned. And they risk developing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) – a sickness usually associa…

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Claire Murdoch, national mental health director at NHS England, said there was "absolutely no evidence" of a spike in suicides or self-harm as a result of the coronavirus lockdown.Claire Murdoch, national mental health director at NHS England, said there was "absolutely no evidence" of a spike in suicides or self-harm as a result of the coronavirus lockdown.

No evidence that lockdown is causing a spike in suicides