Govt creates a pandemic trying to save you

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Federal agencies and experts warn that a historic wave of mental health problems is approaching: depression, substance abuse, post-traumatic stress disorder and suicide.
Nearly half of Americans report the coronavirus crisis is harming their mental health, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation poll. A federal emergency hotline for people in emotional distress registered a more than 1,000 percent increase in April compared with the same time last year. Roughly 20,000 people texted that hotline, run by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, last month. The coronavirus pandemic is pushing America into a mental health crisis
Are ya feeling saved yet......well are ya. Of course the system isn't prepared for the wave they are estimating so get your wallet out.
 

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Despite the fact that Kaiser Family foundation is in fact a cabal of leftist political hacks, these findings are what anyone with a functioning brain stem could conclude via their intuition...That people disconnected from productivity and purpose would eventually develop mental health challenges.

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Mayor Glenn Jacobs said on Friday that the Regional Forensic Center examined nine suspected suicide cases – eight of which are from within Knox County – in the past 48 hours alone.
That number is completely shocking and makes me wonder if what we are doing now is really the best approach,” Mayor Jacobs said. “We have to determine how we can respond to COVID-19 in a way that keeps our economy intact, keeps people employed and empowers them with a feeling of hope and optimism – not desperation and despair." Knox Co. seeing an increase in suspected suicides during coronavirus pandemic
 

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