About 14% of households in the United States have had an immediate family member access mental health care to address problems related to worries about the COVID-19 pandemic. About 57% of those who either personally or had an immediate family member access mental health care during the pandemic said it was difficult to access mental health care. About 23% experienced a conflict with a partner during the past two weeks.
About 70% of Americans are worried about their physical health risk due to the coronavirus, and 58% are concerned about their mental health due to social distancing and stay . . .