COVID-19 Survivors’ Psychological Health: An Exploratory Study
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Across the world, Coronavirus disease 2019 remains to spread. COVID-19 Survivors suffers from considerable mental distress. The purpose of current study is to discover about the likelihood of mental distress of survivors of COVID-19 all over the crises. Qualitative method specifically interpretative phenomenological analysis used in current study. Total Sample size was 6 and their age’s ranges between 21 to 40 years. Semi-structure interviews were conducted with COVID-19 survivors. Two main themes were highlighted (1) COVID-19 Survivors psychological experiences in isolation ward; (2) Physical experiences of the survivors of COVID-19 in isolation ward. It is concluded that in this epidemic, in addition to fatiguing and bodily signs of the illness, COVID-19 patients experience psychological disturbances such as discomfort caused by COVID-19 symptoms, psychological distress of imminent death, psychological mindset of being carrier, psychologically confused and rejected, missing family members or others in isolation ward.