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UK’s 2.6m Covid bereaved suffer heightened grief, finds study

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Not being able to say goodbye and less support contribute to longer and unresolved pain

Covid grief is worse than other types of grief, according to the first findings of UK-wide research into how people have coped with the deaths of loved ones during the pandemic.

Family and friends bereaved by coronavirus experienced “greatly increased negative experiences” and showed higher grief and support needs compared to people suffering the loss of loved ones from other illnesses, including cancer, researchers at Cardiff and Bristol universities found.

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