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Coronavirus: Germans’ mental health worse in second lockdown — study

By DW
16 February 2021   |   11:00 am
Initial results from a research study have found that "life satisfaction has decreased significantly." Will this improve once the second shutdown is lifted? Researchers are unsure.

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