Quebec researchers find tie between COVID-19 and major depression, suicidal thoughts

People who have been diagnosed with COVID-19 are twice as likely to develop symptoms of major depression and four times more likely to have suicidal thoughts than the general population, according to research from a Quebec university.

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ATH
ATH
7 · 2 years ago · Twitter

I think everyone reading this title said No shit Sherlock

Funkymonk
Funkymonk
7 · 2 years ago · Twitter

Wow, it took researchers to figure this out? Anyone with an ounce of intelligence would have reached the same conclusion when this all started, groundbreaking news, bravo...

Canadian dude
Canadian dude
6 · 2 years ago · Twitter

Just watch an hour special with 5 real doctors and they all agreed lockdowns are not effective. The sanitary measure do work and case count doesn’t matter. Deaths and hospitalization should be the focus.

Sir. Smokealot
Sir. Smokealot
5 · 2 years ago · Twitter

They mean a link with harsh lockdown measures and curfew and suicides. But it’s fake news @CTVMontreal so you know they had to plug in Covid.

Treasure
Treasure
5 · 2 years ago · Twitter

Lies. The restrictions and the curfew causes this. Not Covid19 flu