Probably the same issues are happening here in Canada.
Mental Health and COVID-19 in India | By Madhumitha Balaji and Vikram Patel | August 5, 2020 | Inter Press Service News Agency
. . . people are terrified of the virus, of dying, or of loved ones contracting this disease. They are also scared of being quarantined, maintaining physical distancing, being isolated, and breaking the constantly changing rules.
Internet-based surveys conducted between March-May 2020 show high rates of depression and anxiety in the general population.
A rise in mental health problems is expected as an impact of this economic recession, . . . the isolating physical distancing policies, and continuing uncertainties about future waves of the pandemic.
What we are living with is a result of terror policies deliberately generated out of all proportion to the reality of the illness. The World Economic Forum calls what is happening “The Great Reset.”
Of course much of the supposed “solution” to peoples’ mental health problems is presumed to be psychiatric medication. But the real solution would be to stop lying to people and terrifying them in order to justify building a world based on massive high-tech surveillance and control.