The coronavirus pandemic is causing a mental health crisis among frontline health care workers. Studies show that about half have experienced acute stress and exhibited depressive symptoms. As the number of hospitalizations hits a record high, the emotional toll is also increasing. Doctors and nurses told CBS News they8217;ve been working at a relentless pace for months, and now they are dealing with new challenges and fears. Dr. Tara Narula reports.
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