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William and Kate discuss impact of pandemic on mental health for healthcare workers

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William and Kate discuss impact of pandemic on mental health for healthcare workers

William and Kate discuss impact of pandemic on mental health for healthcare workers

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge pay tribute to NHS frontline workers and discuss the impact of the pandemic on mental health.

Kate also says people's values will change once the coronavirus crisis is over.

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