Australia Social distancing does not mean 'we have to be emotionally distant': Gillard

02:21  30 march  2020
02:21  30 march  2020 Source:   skynews.com.au

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She said there would be a varied response to the pandemic from those affected by isolation as well as “financial pressures”.

A new focus of support services was to “really intervene early before mental health issues spiral,” she said.

“I think this is a pandemic that then creates a wave of other problems.

“We have got to be physically distant from each other but that doesn’t mean we have to be emotionally distant from each other.”

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