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June 8, 2020 – “He lost his job, his income, that stability that he had from working every day and getting up and going to a structured environment, and he was in isolation,” Holbrook told People.com of the ways the pandemic negatively impacted her son’s life. “Chandler had a depression that he couldn’t overcome.” ince the coronavirus pandemic ramped up in the United States in mid-March, people have stayed indoors and away from others to prevent virus spread. Nearly 39 million people have filed for unemployment and an estimated 20 million jobs were lost due to the pandemic, Insider previously reported.

These factors have contributed feelings on instability and hopelessness, and an uptick in anxiety and depression among Americans.



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