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COVID-19 Mental Health Report out now

PUBLISHED: 5 November 2020 | LAST UPDATED: 6 January 2023

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COVID-19 Mental Health Report

Our COVID-19 Mental Health Report has given us a clear and hard-hitting picture of just how the coronavirus pandemic has changed the world - and our wellbeing.

When asked, almost 40% of the expats across Europe we spoke to said their mind health had deteriorated as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. 

Read our full report to find out more about the full impact that coronavirus has had on minds across Europe. 

The information in this article is correct at the time of publishing.

Three ways to talk about mental health

Starting a conversation about mental health can be uncomfortable – especially with an employer. 

Make it easier for your clients to talk about how they're doing with these three ways to start a conversation with their manager.

Mental health in the modern world

The challenges of modern life have had an impact on us all in one way or another. But how can we cope with these common stresses and strains? 

Read our guide to find out – or share with a client today.

Support for the everyday

Despite having knowledge of online mental health support services, our report showed us 81% of those who've experienced mental health struggles have never used one. 

Our Virtual Doctor service means real doctors are ready and waiting 24/7 to take your clients' calls¹ – no matter the health issue.

¹Virtual Doctor from AXA is available to all individual and SME members (excluding those whose health plan is insured by AXA General Insurance Hong Kong Limited). Access to the Virtual Doctor service is an optional add on for members of Large Corporate groups. To check if your client has access as a member of a Large Corporate group please check with your AXA representative.

Appointments are subject to availability. Customers do not need to pay or claim for a consultation, but they will be charged for the cost of the initial phone call when using the call back service. Telephone appointments are available 24/7/365 and call backs are typically within 24 hours. Video appointments are available between 08:00-00:00 UK time, Monday to Friday. Video appointments in German are available between 08:00-20:00 CET, Monday to Friday.