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Survey shows LGBTQs stressed by pandemic

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There's been anecdotal evidence for more than a year that the mental health of LGBTQs has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Now a new research brief backs that up. The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation recently showed that LGBTQ people are more likely than heterosexual people to have reported the COVID-19 pandemic had a "major impact" on their mental health, while a separate brief stated that they are more likely to have gotten vaccinated.

In July 2021, six in 10 LGBTQ people reported to the KFF Vaccine Monitor Fund that the pandemic had negatively impacted their mental health, compared to 37% of the non-LGBTQ population.

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