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Up to 10 million Brits could need mental health support after the pandemic ends

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Up to 10 million people in England could need help with their mental health because of the pandemic, a charity has warned.



The figure includes 1.5 million children.


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The figure includes 1.5 million children.

According to analysis an estimated 8.5 million adults and 1.5 million children will need support for depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorders and other mental health difficulties in the coming months and years.

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This is the equivalent to 20% of the adult population and 15% of all under 18s.

According to the Centre for Mental Health, two-thirds will be people who need help for existing mental health problems that have been made worse by COVID-19.

The other third will need care

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