How to manage stress amid coronavirus outbreak During his daily press briefing on the state of the coronavirus in New York, Governor Andrew Cuomo took a moment to focus on an often-forgotten aspect of the pandemic: mental health. The governor wanted to remind people that staying healthy mentally is just as important as staying healthy physically. On Wednesday morning, Cuomo announced that 6,175 mental health professionals have signed up to provide free online mental health services during the COVID-19 pandemic. “How beautiful is that?” the governor said of the number of volunteers.”No one’s really talking about this. We’re all concerned about the immediate critical need, the life and death of the immediate situation, but don’t underestimate the emotional trauma that people are feeling and the emotional health issues,” Cuomo said.  The governor said that anyone currently struggling with their mental health can call the hotline and schedule a free appointment with a professional.”Again, God bless the 6,000 mental health professionals, who are doing this 100% free, on top of whatever they have to do in their normal practice,” Cuomo said. “I am sure in their normal practice they’re busy, this is really an extraordinary step by them.” In NY we are

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