Refugees more vulnerable during pandemic: research
A new research from the University of New South Wales found out that refugees in Australia are more vulnerable to mental health toll during the COVID-19 pandemic.
With lockdowns and face masks being mandatory in almost all jurisdictions, refugees may trigger previous trauma lived in conflict zones.
However, refugees are resilient and comply with the government’s public advice on the pandemic.
Produced By: Eduardo Jordan
Featured In Story: Philippa Sparker – Scientia PhD Scholar and Clinical Psychology Registrar at the University of New South Wales
First aired on The Wire, Thursday, 19 August 2021