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Caution Fatigue in the Age of COVID-19

Dr Joel Low, Clinical Psychologist

15-Jun-20 14:30

Caution Fatigue in the Age of COVID-19

Keeping a distance of at least 1 metre away from others, wearing a mask when you're out and about, and constantly sanitising your hands: these are some of the habits that we've gotten used to because of the COVID-19 pandemic. But are some of us becoming complacent? We'll be discussing the idea of "caution fatigue" during this pandemic.

Produced by: Lim Sue Ann

Presented by: Sharmilla Ganesan, Lim Sue Ann


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