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WHO asks South-East Asia region countries to pay attention to mental health, suicide prevention

IndiaTimes Thursday, 2 July 2020
With the coronavirus pandemic still accelerating, impacting lives and livelihoods and causing fear and anxiety among people, the World Health Organization on Thursday called upon countries in the South-East Asia Region to pay a greater attention to mental health and suicide prevention.
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