Lundbeck CEO Deborah Dunsire wants to prioritize mental health in the wake of covid-19

According to Lundbeck CEO Deborah Dunsire, more focus on mental health will be needed following a year of pandemic isolation.

Lundbeck CEO Deborah Dunsire | Photo: Gregers Tycho/ERH

Lundbeck CEO Deborah Dunsire thinks we should be aware of the long-term side effects of covid-19, both for people who have had the disease as well as those who have not, Danish media Berlingske reports.

The fear and isolation which the pandemic has brought about have taken a toll on people's mental health, the CEO states.

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