Ukrainians experience increase in depressions in mid-April, - survey

Source : 112 Ukraine

However, anxious moods diminished
16:21, 22 April 2020

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From April 10 to April 12, the number of depressions among Ukrainian citizens increased, while the number of anxious moods diminished. It was reported by Rating sociological group.

"The results of a survey, conducted by the "Rating" Sociological Group, once again recorded the presence of signs of depression, anxiety, panic, fatigue and sleep disorders among the respondents," the message reads.

However, it is noted that there is a noticeable increase in depression and a decrease in anxiety. The level of panic, fatigue and sleep disorders remains the same.

Related: Over 400,000 unemployed officially registered in Ukraine, - PM

The dynamics of sleep disorders among middle-aged people (30-49 years) and fatigue among respondents of pre-retirement age (50-59 years) are noticeable in the dynamics. Despite that fact, there is a decline in anxiety among the second group. The same tendency is noticed among the oldest citizens,” the experts stated.

As we reported earlier, more than 400,000 unemployed are officially registered in Ukraine

"Today, we have officially registered more than 400,000 unemployed. However, we estimate that there are more than 2 million people who have either lost their jobs or are on temporary forced leave or so-called hidden unemployment," Ukraine's PM Denys Shmygal said.

Related: Two peaks of Covid-19 expected in Ukraine, - PM

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