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The Psychological impact of Covid-19 on General Population in Pakistan
The COVID-19 (coronavirus sickness of 2019) pandemic has hugely impacted the planet. To combat the spread of coronavirus disease, governments have implemented preventive measures such as lockdowns and movement restrictions (COVID-19). This may hurt people's mental health. The study comprised healthcare professionals, the general public, and Pakistani community members who had been exposed to the outbreak. During the Covid-19 epidemic, anxiety, depression, and stress were three of the most common mental health issues in the general public. Use cognitive emotion regulation as a predictor of these subjects and look for subdomains in a broader population. Secondary data, such as publically available information, is used in this study. In addition, relevant journals/articles, books, and the internet were used to gather information.
Qurat ul ain Rana
Ph. D Scholar, Department of Sociology, University of Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Prof. Dr. Rana Saba Sultan
Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Ph. D Scholar, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan