One third of expats' mental health 'got worse' over pandemic

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More than a third of expats feel their mental health has worsened during the pandemic, international insurer William Russell has revealed in a worldwide survey. When William Russell asked over 1,100 expatriates in May about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their mental health, 38% felt the quality of their mental health has declined during the COVID-19 pandemic and 44% would have preferred to be in their home country over this period. Released in Mental Health Awareness Week 202...

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