KMBC: Study: Some long-term effects of COVID-19 include anxiety, mood disorders

April 14, 2021

A new study shows one in three people with COVID-19 are dealing with long-term effects, including anxiety and mood disorders.

KMBC talked to Monty Miller, psychotherapist and manager of Saint Luke's Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinical Services, about the lingering mental health effects of the virus he's seeing and ways to cope.

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