Guidance for mental health and psychosocial support for COVID-19

A report from the Africa Center for Disease Control and Preparation offering guidance to African Union Member States on key mental health and psychosocial support considerations in relation to COVID-19. It contains targeted advice for the community, healthcare workers, caregivers of vulnerable populations and people in quarantine, isolation or treatment centres. The report is available in English, Portuguese and Arabic.

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